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Below is LCR's Wish List of the many supplies and materials we continually need. In addition, we are always on the look out for building materials, maintenance materials, farm equipment, lumber and fencing materials, office supplies, pet food of all types, cleaning supplies, thank you cards, printing, sand, screening, and any item that can be resold -- for example, art work and household goods. Here is our current Supplies & Materials Wish List (PDF).read more
LCR'S "WISH LIST"
With all the animals in our care, LCR goes through supplies very quickly and it gets tough keeping stocked up. We have a daily need for the following items:
- Straw bales
- Chicken Food
- Large Wild Bird Seed Blocks
- Clumping Cat Litter
- Paper Towels
- Copy Paper
- Kitchen Sized and Large Trash Bags
- Laundry Detergent
When you decide to leave assets to a charity in your will, you are making a bequest. Your estate will receive a charitable estate tax deduction at your death. Please follows the steps and examples below to make sure your experience is easy!
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Get creative we welcome new ideas and suggestions for ways for you to help!read more
To ensure we track ideas and that they go through the proper channels, please submit suggestions and recommendations in writing to email@example.com. Your initiative and willingness to take responsibility for new projects or duties congruent with the philosophy and practices of Last Chance Ranch would be greatly appreciated. We are aware that more can be done and you could be the one with the knowledge, persever-
ance, and time needed to do it.
Whether you donate money, goods, services, or work as a volunteer, we appreciate every kind of gift!
For just $45 the recipient will receive a certificate of sponsorship with the chosen animal. Complete the sponsorship form to receive your gift soon!read more
LCR provides a way to bring smiles and cheer to those close to you, while at the same time bring warmth and life-giving care to the living creatures that constantly contribute to our own lives. LCR is giving everyone a way to celebrate and share the joy, to have children, relatives and friends find the true spirit of giving in the sponsoring of an LCR horse or dog, both deserving friends of man. Such a gift is not just one that is opened and quickly put aside and forgotten, but one that will bring on-going, day-to-day health and life to a specific animal at LCR, and contribute to their subsequent home in an adoptive family.
The recipient of your generous sponsorship will smile in the warmth of knowing that they have a new friend, that they are daily bringing a horse or dog a happy life of care and good health. What better gift could you give. In today's world, where else could you give so much to so many, and give future health and happiness to those who are helpless to help themselves?
Financial support is crucial to providing for the personal and medical needs of the animals we rescueread more
Horses are either purchased from slaughter or donated and require coggins tests, dental care, farrier care, vaccinations, worming, rehabilitative therapies, microchipping, feed, and hay. Simple basic care of a horse can cost from $100 to $300 per month. Special needs can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars in order to save one life.
Dogs and other small companion pets are rescued from local area high kill shelters and require blood tests, vaccinations, worming, flea & tick treatments, heartworm prevention, microchipping, spay/neuter, and food. Kennels are heated in winter and air conditioned in summer. Again, special needs can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars in order to save one life.