What makes us Different?
Money, like religion and politics, is an extremely personal and intimate commodity; as well it should be. We, as humans, come to terms with an employer and offer to sell segments of our precious time, here on this earth, in return for money; but it is what we do with that money that makes the difference in the quality and significance of our lives.
So here comes the million dollar question: Why should you donate any of your hard earned cash to the Wild Horse Freedom Federation, what makes this organization so different from the dozens of other fine, non-profits asking for your life’s blood?
Because we are different and in so being, we are actually just like you.
We are not a rescue, sanctuary or lobbying group but instead we are a lean, mean handful of private citizens who have banded together to make one last stand for our rapidly diminishing herds of wild horses and burros; that final battle is being fought in the court rooms of the United States of America. Of course, we are proud and honored to stand alongside many well known and reputable equine welfare organizations but we are, in all reality, simple everyday folks who have just had it up to our eyeballs with a government that makes up the rules as they go.
We have no staff, no feed invoices, no property taxes to pay but instead we have legal bills that fuel the team of lawyers who, like us, are putting themselves on the line to fight for the future freedom of our wild horses and burros. It’s really just that simple, we are here to ensure that our attorneys get paid so that we can not only continue our fight but expand it to the point that somewhere, somehow, the forces that assail our wild equines will step back, take notice, begin following the law and listen to what the taxpaying public has to say.
We are different, in the fact, that a donor knows exactly where their donations go and by giving to the cause the donor, automatically, becomes a part of history in building a legacy for our descendants to be able to share the beauty and splendor that is our wild and free roaming wild equids.
A donation buys a ticket for a seat in the courtroom, right next to our legal staff, so that the donor can say that he/she was there, a part of the fight to make things right instead of being asked “where you on the day the last wild mustang disappeared from the American west?”
We are here to be the voice of not only those that cannot speak for themselves but for the majority of the American public who has simply had enough and want to stop the aggressive swath that the government’s Wild Horse Harvesting Machine is cutting across our once beautiful and cherished public lands.
We are different because we are you; for you, beside you and with you.
We stand together in this quest and we are one.
That is what makes us different.
The Goals of WHFF are to:
Bring together a consortia of collective expertise and experience of the nation’s leading equine welfare advocates and organizations.
Act decisively and swiftly when the welfare of the American Wild Horses and Burros are threatened through legislation, litigation or commercial misrepresentation.
Proactively pursue legal action against entities that pose either a current or potential threat to the safety and welfare of American Wild Horses and Burros.
Endeavor to put concerned people and the advocacy between Wild Equids and extinction.