Caring for horses is an incredibly rewarding experience but it’s also financially demanding. The costs of caring for more than 100 horses a year is staggering. As a non-profit organization, the Rescue relies entirely on private donations to operate. There are several ways you can help, including making a tax-deductible financial contribution, donating materials or volunteering your time and expertise to the Rescue.
We have established several ways to donate to Omega, the quickest is PayPal. These direct monetary donations allow us to apply monies directly towards the care of the horses at the rescue along with raising money for our Kill Pen Fund, which we use to bail horses out of the kill pen and get them to safety, and our Humane Euthanazia Fund, which allows us to humanely euthanize horse we find at the kill pen that can't be saved and would otherwise suffer.
The Rescue is grateful for donations of any amount, from individuals, families, groups or businesses. Donations to the Rescue, a 501(c)3 non-profit, are tax-deductible.
For bail, QT, medical expenses, etc. of horses pulled from kill pen
Go to: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=XY8J8MSQBDLJJ
For the humane euthansia of horses found in the kill pen that cannot be saved for whatever reason
Go to: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=VH5CQ2AAZQS58
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Mail Checks to:
Omega Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation Center
8272 Woodbine Center
Airville, PA 17302
Donations of supplies and materials needed for daily farm operations and horse care to the Rescue save us a tremendous amount of money and allow us to use those funds to support ongoing rescue efforts. If you can help with donation of supplies, please see our Wish List
Sometimes, a horse owner decides it’s time to send a horse “down the road,” horse-speak for transferring ownership of the horse to someone else. Any number of reasons can cause an owner to reach this decision, from economic, to the horse not meeting the owner’s needs, to simple loss of interest. Usually, a horse that isn’t right for one person is perfect for someone else; for example, a thoroughbred that isn’t fast enough to win races might make a fantastic hunter/jumper. We welcome the opportunity to help horses find new homes and new careers by offering a humane alternative to horse owners needing to place an unwanted horse. Donation Form
The Rescue is operated by a fulltime director and a group of dedicated volunteers, with room in the ranks for more. Doing chores around the barn is one of the most appreciated ways a person can donate the gift of time, and it’s a great way to get hands-on experience caring for horses. Other volunteer opportunities include clerical assistance, special events planning, fund-raising, outreach programs, foster care, training and IT support. Become a volunteer. Email us today!
Sponsor a Horse
Sponsors help offset the cost to care for our horses while they wait for their permanent homes and continue their training. Omega is in need of caring people to willing to become sponsors; there are several sponsor levels. All sponsor donations are tax deductible. Sponsor Information
A lasting way to remember the Rescue is with a general will bequest. Omega can be remembered in wills as a direct beneficiary or as a contingent beneficiary, in the event an original beneficiary does not survive you.
The following is an example bequest form: "I give and bequeath to Omega Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, a non-profit corporation under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code, with its principal offices presently located at __________________________, the sum of $_______, to be used for the accomplishment of its general purposes."
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