Donate and Volunteer



  • We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
  • All donations are tax-deductible.
  • Contributions of any amount are greatly appreciated.
  • Every donation goes directly to the care of the animals, unless that donation is specified by the donor for another purpose

US BANK - Give Me A Chance Equine Rescue has an account set up in their name at US Bank called "Save A Horse."  You can donate to this account at any US Bank nationwide.

We are looking for someone to pay for a yellow pages listing or a small ad in a newspaper or magazine. Please contact  Polly at if you would like to help pay for advertising to help spread the word.

To make local contributions easy, the following retailers have provided donation jars in their places of business.  Some will also collect feed and supplies for us. Please visit these retailers who have been so generous about helping us help the equines.

Clark County Livestock Feed - donation jar, feed & supplies
Arkadelphia, AR



  • Hay and Hay Stands
  • Horse Feed
  • Brushes
  • Lead Ropes
  • Vaccinations
  • Dewormers
  • Salt Blocks
  • First-Aid Supplies (vet wrap, bandages, iodine, antibiotic ointment, cotton sheeting, etc.) 
  • Corral Panels (in any condition, 1 or more)




  • For horse care (brushing, gentling, holding for the farrier, etc.)
  • For paddock clean-up and repair 
  • For fundraising (to come up with ideas and provide baked goods and to sit in booths to distribute literature, etc.)
  • For bookkeeping
  • For handling paperwork of the equines coming in and being adopted out
  • For researching grants 
  • For certification for cruelty investigations and court presentations
  • For desktop publishing to produce and distribute a printed newsletter for networking to spread the word about Give Me A Chance Equine Rescue

If you would be interested in volunteering for Give Me A Chance Equine Rescue please fill out the Volunteer Form

We also need Veterinarians, Farriers and Equine Dentists to volunteer their services. 
Every dollar we save on these services can be put toward feeding the horses, mules and donkeys.