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Giving Tuesday

November 28, 2023

All monies raised this year thru Giving Tuesday will go directly to the care and rehab of horses in need.


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One day makes a difference.

It takes a whole herd (team) to help just one horse. It starts with the owner surrendering their horse to Rodeo City Equine Rescue. This is when the love, compassion, and work begins.

Rodeo City Equine Rescue's team is here to get horses back on their feet  and  to match them up with a home that goes beyond providing basic needs, a home that also provides an environment to thrive in.

This work takes a team of people and support to provide the care and funding needed to get each horse another chance to be healthy and happy.

What is GivingTuesday?  GivingTuesday started 10 years ago as a global giving movement.  Held on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving and piggybacking on the concept of the big shopping days (Black Friday, Cyber Monday), GivingTuesday harnesses the collective power to transform how people think about, talk about, and participate in the giving season. It inspires people to take collective action to improve their communities, give back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes they believe in, and help create a better world. GivingTuesday demonstrates how every act of generosity counts, and that they mean even more when we give together.


Why is Rodeo City Equine Rescue participating in GivingTuesday?  

We believe that all horses deserve to live a safe and healthy life and that by rehabilitating and re-homing a horse to its' forever home, we fulfill that belief.  Being a part of the international GivingTuesday movement and holding our annual fundraiser during this time makes a lot of sense to us.  We encourage all our supporters, friends and family to share stories about our rescues, our volunteers, and your own stories of those special animals in your life.  In doing so, we create a sense of community and improve Rodeo City Equine Rescue's ability to continue our mission.