We lost our barn!

And we’re thrilled to have found a replacement! Take a look…

 

New Barn for Horse Rescue

Problem is… we NEED FUNDING to relocate and build this barn!!





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For the past two years, the neighboring ranch has allowed us use of their big red barn for our rescue operation. But now, they have decided to sell their property. This means we are losing a much needed structure for housing, exercising and treating our horses.

Until we can build a barn of own, all the horses have been moved back to my ranch. As of this writing, 36 horses are under our care.

Besides the need for a new barn, we still need a roof for the 5-stall barn that was blown off in a micro burst this past May. So now, with the loss of the neighboring barn, we are forced to double up horses in small pens, plus we’ve added some temporary fencing.Barn Fund for Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses

The horses need to be out of their pens most of the time, but since there is only one pasture open, it’s necessary to alternate them in and out of pens so that they get adequate exercise.

They also require shade to protect them from the hot sun, and shelter from the wind and rain. This means that in addition to a barn, we need lots of trees.

Good weather is in our favor right now … but we only have a few short months before it turns bad again. And when it does, the horses will need far better protection and living conditions.

The barn we have chosen will suit both our current and future needs. It is a properly equipped structure that can expand and grow with us, because rescue is unpredictable – you never know what will happen. The Elsa and Anna story is a prime example of this.

Your help is urgently needed…
please donate now!

Your gift to Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization, will help provide the funds needed to build a barn of our own to house and protect the neglected, abused and abandoned horses in our care. We do not pay any salaries… we operate entirely with volunteers, so we rely 100% on donations from people like you!

Your gift will provide these horses with what they need to heal and recover! Please consider giving today and help us create a better world for horses!

Suggested Donation

$35 $50 $100 $250 $500 Other

Those of you who donate $1,000 or more will have your name added to a plaque which will be mounted on the new barn.





If you prefer not to make a donation using PayPal, we have setup two alternatives…

Direct or Wire Deposit

State Bank of Southern Utah
1330 S Providence Center Dr. Ste. 300
Cedar City, UT 84720
Telephone: (435) 865-7400
Name on Account: Dust Devil Ranch Sanctuary for Horses (Ginger Grimes & Christina Adams)
Routing Number: 124 301779
Account Number: 10101889

Checks

Mail to:
DDRSFH
3305 S 6500 W
Cedar City, UT 84720

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