WFLF Hay Drive to Aid Horses and Burros in Need

by Wild for Life Foundation


Financial contributions are crucial to replenish and build WFLF's lifesaving hay fund. Hay is the single most expensive ongoing cost in operating an equine rescue and protection program. Continued donations are needed to help keep hay fund reserves intact and in turn provide capacity assurance which enable us to provide lifesaving rescue and protection services for as many equines in need as possible.
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Many equines suffer starvation due to skyrocketing hay prices compounded by drought conditions . Indeed the cost of hay has more than doubled over the past few years and prices have continued to rise. The immediate and continuing need to replenish hay supplies is vital.


Having crucial hay funds is what makes it possible for WFLF to continue its lifesaving work. The success of this Hay Drive will enable WFLF to purchase nutritious hay that will keep these victimized horses fed. This project when fully funded, will purchase quality hay that provide vital nutrients to horses in need, regardless of breed, age or discipline.

Long-Term Impact

This project delivers an important public service by providing urgently needed food for victimized horses. It's helping to raise awareness and essential funds, for the rescue and rehabilitation of countless horses, ponies, donkeys and foals that need urgent care after being starved, neglected, rounded up or discarded and left to die. As victimized horses heal, their successful transformation provides an educational platform with a lasting impact on the public for more humane and positive care.



Organization Information

Wild for Life Foundation

Location: Studio City, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Katia Louise
Studio City, CA United States

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