After being in a loving foster home for the better part of a year, Prairie Rose has been adopted! Her new home is filled with love for her. Here’s the moment that her 11 year old human took part in her formal adoption. Congrats all the way around!
Donate to help!
Visit PayPal "send money" to make a donation to our account Info@MustangsToTheRescue.org
Mail your check to:
Mustangs to the Rescue
21670 McGilvray Road
Bend, OR 97702
stop in at any Mid Oregon Credit Union and make a donation to our account.
Please Note: We are donor funded. No government funds pay for our expenses like; hay, feed, medical/farrier/dental care, etc. We rely on the support of individuals like yourself. Financial support is needed on a regular basis to continue our efforts. Ask about how to become a monthly donor!
To see more ways to support what we do visit Become a Supporter page.
Thank you! Each contribution is greatly appreciated!
Visitation and Facility Tours
By Appointment Only - We respectfully ask that ALL visitors request an appointment in advance of their expected visit.
Due to the unpredictable nature of our work, coupled with an all volunteer crew who have jobs outside of their work here, we do not have set hours of operation. Please be patient with us and we will return your call/email as soon as possible.
Kate Beardsley, Executive Director
Board Members: Kate Beardsley, Linda Conrad, Marietta Roby, Katrina Tyler
Contributions are tax-deductible!
Mustangs To The Rescue (MTTR) is a public charity non-profit 501(c) (3) organization as determined by the Internal Revenue Service and organized under the laws of the State of Oregon. Contributions are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. We are also qualified to receive tax-deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. EIN/Tax ID# 46-1948460 (A copy of our Letter of Determination can be found here.)
Mustangs To The Rescue is not authorized to give tax or legal advise and donors are advised to consult with their tax advisers or the IRS when it comes to deducting charitable donations.