Help WHE protect wild horses and burros, preserve the wild places they call home and defend the laws they depend on for their survival— we put our members’ donations directly to work in field, at the table and in the courts.
Wild Horse Education is a registered 501c3 with the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions are tax deductible according to the laws of the IRS. Our federal EIN is 450-2507000.
To make a tax-deductible gift:
Use your PayPal Account or Credit Card as a Guest User of PayPal services
Checks can be mailed to:
Wild Horse Education
216 Lemmon Drive, #316
Reno, NV 89506
Humane, sustainable, management is only possible when you address it with the facts. Help us to bring the reality of the range to media, public and the courts!
Support WHE when you shop
The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Wild Horse Education). Here’s how it works:
- Go to Smile.Amazon.com. It should automatically prompt you to confirm that you want to support Wild Horse Education.
- Once you select Wild Horse Education, each time you shop, 0.5% of your purchase will be donated to WHE, allowing us to continue our work to preserve and protect an American Treasure, the wild horse and burro.
If you are new to Amazon or already have an existing account, please know that Amazon Smile offers the same products, prices and overall shopping experience as Amazon.com. Thank you for supporting the work of Wild Horse Education!
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via Stock Donation
Stock donations can be made to WHE! Reach out to WHE staff at Laura@WildHorseEducation.org to connect your broker to us.
via Qualified Charitable Distribution
A qualified charitable distribution is generally a nontaxable distribution made directly by the trustee of your IRA (other than a SEP or SIMPLE IRA) to an organization eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions. You must be at least age 70½ when the distribution was made. See IRS.gov for more info.