How to Help

Empowered Equines is a 501(c)3 Non-profit organization, your donations are tax deductible!

Donate via Paypal: EmpoweredEquines@Gmail.com
Donate via Venmo:
@EmpoweredEquines
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/EmpoweredEquestrians
Donate via check:
Empowered Equines 273 Cider Hill Rd. York, ME 03909

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Volunteer:
Welcome Packet For Volunteers
If you’re local, a great way to help out is by volunteering! All ages are welcome (independent kids or kids with parents). Volunteering includes mucking, feed, water, hay, cleaning fields, grooming horses, cleaning and repairing around the farm. We always appreciate a handy-person or someone who can do big jobs like manure pile moving, yard work/shoveling, or building/fence repairs. These extra jobs are often difficult for us while we try to manage the regular daily chores, so we could always use those special occasion helpers!

Our Wishlist: 
These are things we are always in need of if you’d like to donate a specific item directly or if you have any of these lying around!
If you go to our Amazon Wishlist you can buy products that get shipped directly to us, this is mostly the horse’s special supplements or things they need, so it’s a great way to help out a favorite horse!

Feed + Supplements:
Blue Seal hay stretcher, Alfalfa pellets (any brand)
Uckele’s Equi VM, Seroquin, EndoAxis EQ
CocoOmega, Remission, Vitamin E (UltraCruz Natural)

Wood is always helpful and particularly expensive right now
1″x8″x10′ (fence boards)
4×4 rounded fence posts we regularly need to replace broken/rotted ones
Plywood is helpful for reinforcing buildings the horses beat on
Paint (left over outdoor paint helps us keep fences and obstacles in our agility ring looking nice)

Tools:
Pitchforks
Wheelbarrow
Rakes
Muck buckets
Power tools that make chores easier of any variety!