Give Youth a Better Future
By supporting Hooves with Heart, you can make a significant contribution to the well being of youth in at-risk circumstances. You’ll also play a critical role in the success of our efforts to provide the best experiential programming with animals and nature. We have helped many youth who would not normally have access to such experiences. Some have been homeless, others struggling on the bridge to adulthood. Your generous support will ensure that many more have this same opportunity and that we can continue to serve those who need it most.
Ways to Support Us
Direct or Online Gift
100% of your gift goes directly to our experiential programming fund for uncompensated life-changing experiences. This has been made possible due to a private endowment supporting all operational expenses.
Every Donation, large and small, makes a significant difference in these youth’s lives and helps us to continue to sustain our programming. Monthly donations are simple, click on the “Donate Now” icon and select the option in the Donation box to Make this donation Monthly rather than one time only. You choose the amount to give and your credit card will be charged monthly.
Sponsor a Youth in Need
Sponsor a participant and you supply the potential to change a life forever. Many of our participants would not normally have the opportunity to experience nature in the personal way we offer through our programs. You can share this once in a lifetime experience by becoming a sponsor.
Corporate-Employee Match Programs
Many companies offer matching funds programs that allow employees to give to the charity of their choice. Hooves with Heart is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization in Washington State. If you need more information for your employer, please contact Libby Miller at email@example.com.
Directed Giving, In-Kind or Other Donations
To direct your gift to an area of special interest, or to make a gift of stocks, bonds, real estate or other types of non-cash donations that will support our mission of building life skills for at-risk youth, contact Libby Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.