Get Involved

There are lots of ways you can help our mission to rescue, rehabilitate or rehome horses at Equestrian Inc.

Donate

Caring for our sanctuary residents, horses that come to us for injury recovery and horses that come to us until a new family or home can be found takes a lot of dollars. The need for donations is real and ongoing as our goal is to provide our residents a long and happy life. EI is a registered 501-C3 non-profit. All donations are tax deductible.

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In Person

2214 Fairfield Ave.

Brandon, FL 33510

By Phone

(813) 410-9982

Online

Sponsor a Friend

All of our residents are very special. If you would like to help with their individual needs we invite you to sponsor a friend. We can let you know the needs of each horse and if you would like to donate to help see to those needs, that would make you very special to us and your horse as well.

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Give a Gift

There are so many individual needs of the farm and the horses. Check out our "Wish List" and give a gift of the items that will keep Equestrian Inc serving the horses and keeping the farm clean and safe for the residents. Pick a few or even just a one-time gift is greatly appreciated.

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Donate with Amazon Smile

You can donate to Equestrian Inc just by doing your regular shopping at Amazon.com. Just use the link here to go to Amazon Smile and login to your Amazon account then choose Equestrian Inc as the non-profit you want to support and a percentage of your purchases will be donated to EI.
Or check out our Amazon Wish List and purchase items for the horses and have the delivered directly to EI. 

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Volunteer

Your time can be just as valuable as money. If you love horses and want to donate your time to help us with the day-to-day chores that make EI a clean and safe place for our resident and temporary stay horses, please fill out the volunteer waiver and email it to us so we can put you into our volunteer schedule.

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