Would you like to be an important part of helping to protect and conserve the wild horses of the Currituck Outer Banks? Give a gift with meaning? Involve your classroom or organization in a worthwhile project? CWHF offers an exciting, personalized program supporting the CWHF mission.
Sponsors receive a beautifully embossed 8.5×11 leatherette presentation folder, complete with a color photo of the sponsored horse, an official sponsorship certificate, and information about the horse’s life. In addition, sponsors receive updates on their horse and the efforts and activities of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund. Sponsorships are symbolic, meaning that sponsorship dollars support all horses and the CWHF mission.
Horse Sponsorship is a form of CWHF membership, and sponsorships are renewable annually. A typical sponsorship is a $50 donation, but you may donate more if you like. Here are a few great ways to participate:
Sponsor Now Online: In addition to individual names, certificates can be made in a family, organization, or business name, e.g. “The Hansens” or “Corolla YMCA,” etc. Just let us know in the “Additional Comments” section.
Give a Gift Sponsorship: Do you know someone who loves horses? Perhaps a son, daughter, niece or nephew, or family? Just tell us to whom we should send the sponsorship documents, and in whose name the certificate should be made. A gift sponsorship is a great way to introduce someone to charitable giving and to the wild horses of the Outer Banks.
Sponsor by Mail: Print the Sponsor by Mail Form and mail in your sponsorship request. Both regular and gift sponsorships can be made by mail.
Need Help?: You can also email Programs Director, Jo Langone, or call 252-453-8002.
Rescued Horses Available for Sponsorship: Horses with life-threatening injuries or illnesses are removed from the wild for veterinary attention and rehabilitation. Once removed, rescued horses are not returned to the wild. They become the responsibility of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund. Rescued horses are rehabilitated, gentled, and trained. They become available for adoption through the Corolla Wild Horse Fund’s adoption program.