How to Donate

Without your generosity we could not continue to help the abused and neglected horses. We sincerely thank all who give and continue to support our cause. Please feel free to donate via one of our online services.

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Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue P.O. Box 13 Hardy, Va 24101 540-721-1910
Thank You for caring!

2015 Grants
Alexander McCausland Trust

General Operation Grant

ASPCA - $5,000 grant to help with Storm Damages.

RVHR funding is received via small grants and public donations. We are NOT funded by any State or Federal entity
Support our Supporters
Donate Via GoodSearch
You can make a difference in the life of a horse by signing up at, choosing Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue - RVHR as your favorite cause.


click photo for more info and to schedule your donation in advance of March 16th.
2016 Save a Horse, Taste some Bourbon – April 9th

Click here to get your tickets!

Thank you to

Matthew Jones – with Dash 2 Events

Roanoke, VA for volunteering to help us coordinate this fundraising event.


 Would you like to sponsor this event? Click here for info.
Click here for more Info on this event.


We are always in  Need of:

Sponsors for all our horses, Monetary donations for help cover each horse’s feed, hay, hoof care and medical bills.

Our Wish List  

Give to RVHR through

kroger plus

Thank you to the 64 folks who sign up and made RVHR your Charity.
Click here to find out how. NOTE: To select RVHR you must me in VA.

Give to the Warrior’s Wish fund.warrior intake 3-14-15 (10)

Call For Help! Don’t let this happen Again.
Warrior a 3 month old colt spent only a short 27 hours with RVHR before passing away and touching the hearts of so many. RVHR has set up an account to assist those who are in need of a little help.

Click Here to read Warrior’s story.

RVHR Office Hours

Tuesday Thru Saturday
9am to 5pm.
Visits By Appointment Only

To view more photos and videos of available horses at our facility,
join and Like us on our Facebook Page
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You can now follow us on Twitter @2HelpAHorse 

NOTE:  RVHR Mares under the age of 25 can only be placed within 4 hours of the facility in Virginia.  This is due to our new ZonaStat-H program.

 Click here for more Info on our Fertility Control Program

The Following horses are in need of a monthly sponsor for 2015.
Just a Pledge of $25.00 a month will feed one of these horses for a  full week of needed grain.

Don’t use it, Donate it!

Would you like to help the horses here in our care? Do you have a horse of your own? Or know someone that does?
If you do and you like to help those that are here with us we are looking for new and used tack. Tack of any kind saddles, bridles, halters, leads, brushes, tack boxes, water tanks, buckets if it has to do with a horse and you no longer need or use it Donate it. We are working on opening a used tack shop here at the rescue to help raise funding to care for the horses in need. If you can’t bring it by the U.S postal service loves delivering boxes.


Our First Matching Gift Challenge


The Forever Home Matching Gift Challenge!
In 2014 a wonderful supporter, who supports our mission started a Matching Gift Challenge which will match each dollar donated to our Forever Home Campaign up to $50,000! Make your donation Today via GiveDirect


For More Info and Raised so far Click Here
Updated 12/18/2015


2016 Events
RVHR Ebay Auction Page is now Live with new Items. CLICK HEREto see all items at Auction From Bottles to Tack. If you win send us a message you found out about the item from this link and we will ship your Item for Free!

Save a Horse Taste Some Bourbon - Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM for Tickets CLICK HERE
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2014 Donations made
RVHR’s 1st Horse

In Loving Memory Of
Nicky, RVHR's 1st Rescued Horse
Arrived January 2003
Placed October 2006
Born May 18th, 1978
Passed Away November 1st, 2010

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