How Many Animals Can We Save!!
Sacred Grounds Rescue Ranch is located outside a very small town called Wikieup in North West Arizona, population 300, and we could use some Help. For the last 14 years we have taken in and cared for abused and neglected ranch animals from horses burros and mules to goats sheep llamas cattle alpacas chickens ducks pigs and the list goes on! The only way we have come so far is through donations from friends and sponsors.
TOGETHER we have a chance to save some lives! You always hear about horses having to be killed because there is not enough feed or water in their grazing area, ofcourse you only hear about it after the fact. And we don't even want to talk about what recently happened when a herd of horses had no water on their range and fought in the deep mud to try to survive but all died. And its not just about the wild horses, we pick up horses from all over the state, maybe people are moving and can't take them along, maybe they just cant swing feeding them anymore, lots of maybe's and those are the better stories. Because all the rescues here in Arizona have also dealt with some extremely aweful criminal events that would bring tears to your eyes. Its frustrating sometimes because you want to help, but your hands are tied.
Well we can help, if you help us to do it. The biggest problem for any rescue is funding, you know a lot of folks think that a rescue is funded by the state or government, but its not. When you are a 501c3 non profit organization, the funding comes from regular people in the form of donations. Sure there are grants that can be had but not many to save horses. And there are a lot of rescues in our state. Pretty much the only way we can help to save animals is with your help. And ANY size donation will help, or maybe give us a call and come by to help out, there is always plenty of work to be done at any rescue, if not ours please help one close by your home.
We are standing ready to save more animals lives, are you ready to step up and help.... God Bless You for caring enough to even think about it.