Journey's End Ranch Sanctuary Hay Funds Drive

$573 $6,427
Raised Remaining


Journeys End Ranch Animal Sanctuary is home to animals large and small which were abused, neglected, unwanted, at the risk of euthanasia or slaughter. Here, they get the care and love they need to heal and live out their lives in peace and comfort.The sole caretaker is a disabled Veterinary Technician. In order to avoid outrageously high feed store prices, we need to raise $7,000. by summer for a semi-load of hay to feed our 13 rescued equines for the next year.

What is the issue, problem, or challenge?

Hay prices in Arizona have almost doubled since a year ago. Our 13 permanently injured, rescued equines (mostly once- wild mustangs & burros) are eating $1000 per month worth of hay now.

How will this project solve this problem?

If we can raise $7000 by early summer, we can buy a semi-load at reduced prices and save about 30% on our feed bill. Otherwise, we will be at the mercy of continually rising feed store prices.

Potential Long Term Impact

Other sanctuaries and rescues are full. These animals have no where else to go. If we cannot continue to feed them, they are at risk. Hay funds are literally needed for their very survival.

Funding Information

This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


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Project Leader

Catherine Ritlaw

kingman, AZ United States

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