How you can help

  1. Educate Yourself
    Research and read everything you can about the Wild Horses & Burros
  2. Adopt a Mustang – BLM Mustang AdoptionsReHome a Mustang
  3. Visit the nearest BLM Holding Facility
    In Oregon – the Burns District Wild Horse Corrals serves as the primary preparation center for wild horses gathered in Oregon. Adoptions are by appointment. Closed on federal holidays. The facility is located eight miles west of Burns on Highway 20, milepost 122.
  4. Protect yourself and legitimate non-profit horse organizations:
    Read Check Out that Horse Organization Before Reaching for Your Checkbook! – A quick search of the IRS charity database is all it takes to find out whether an organization is really a 501(c)(3) or not. If the organization has registered with a state as a non-profit organization but hasn’t qualified with the IRS, it’s not a “non-profit.”
  5. Make a donation via PayPal

    or mail a check to: COWHC, PO Box 1242, Prineville OR 97754
  6. Volunteer
  7. Shop AmazonSmile – Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Support Central Oregon Wild Horse Coalition by starting your shopping at
  8. Remember the Central Oregon wild Horse Coalition in Your Will . . . or Create a Trust
    Leave a lasting legacy by remembering the Central Oregon wild Horse Coalition in your will or other planned gift. You can continue to help keep the horses wild and free!

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