The following is from the American Wild Horse Campaign:
This is Suzanne Roy, the executive director of the American Wild Horse Campaign.
I wanted to reach out one last time to ask you to make a donation to help us hit our $100,000 Giving Tuesday goal before midnight tonight. We still have to raise a bit more, and if you chip in before midnight, your donation will be DOUBLED, helping us have a 2X impact protecting wild horses and burros.
AWHC is leading the charge for wild horse and burro conservation. This year, we’ve made great strides for our wild herds and, with your support, we know we can do the same next year. In 2023, we documented nearly all Bureau of Land Management (BLM) roundups, exposed the reality of overburdened federal holding facilities, and investigated the Adoption Incentive Program (AIP). Public awareness about the plight of these animals has never been higher, thanks to our national advertising campaigns, translating into growing support in Congress for reform. And so much more…
As Giving Tuesday — our most critical fundraising day of the year — comes to a close, we’re asking for your help to power our 2024 agenda.
A generous donor has pledged to DOUBLE every donation towards our ambitious $100,000 Giving Tuesday goal. Time is of the essence and we only have a few hours left to take advantage of this opportunity and maximize our matching power. Can you add a donation right now? >>
We have lofty goals for 2024 and we know we are on the precipice of change. With your help, we can make 2024 the most game-changing year yet.
I’m asking you one last time: Will you please chip in whatever you can to help us hit our $100,000 Giving Tuesday goal before midnight? This is your FINAL opportunity to have your donation doubled, and your last chance to help us hit our goal.
|DOUBLE MY IMPACT
I am profoundly grateful to everyone who has contributed to our cause. Your dedication is the driving force behind AWHC’s work, and we simply can’t do it without you. Thank you for making a difference for these animals we cherish, and who are so important to our nation and western public lands.
American Wild Horse Campaign