These lists become inaccurate quickly with new rescues opening and old ones closing and some we discover are not legitimate but claim to be saving horses but on Monday the horses they "rescued" Sunday are at the New Holland auction.
I don't know why you're looking but just keep in mind that not all rescues are created equal. Can you tell us what the central location is that you need to find a rescue?
hmmmm the word horse is not in my name. hahaha maybe thats why I get so many dogs cats and kids LOL
But anyone who wants to look you up on the IRS list can look you up by your actual name. I just gave searching by using the word "horse" as an example - actually that search results in finding some charities that are not actually equine charities but do have the word "horse" in their name.
Originally Posted by karin o
How about a source like the IRS list for equestrian charities around the world. Can anyone help with this question ?
That is quite a list the IRS has. Anyway to actually link to those charities, via another data base ?
Or by state ? That would be helpful. Appreciate any assistance. KO
I don't know of any world-wide list but perhaps someone else does. Please remember, though, that you can NOT deduct contributions on your tax return unless a charity is on the IRS list - doesn't matter how good or reputable they are, they have to be on that list or no deduction.
The only way I know to link to charities on the IRS list is to search for them & see if they have a website. The IRS list does tell you where they are located (city & state) & the IRS site lets you search by location so you could narrow it down that way & then use an internet search engine to help you get more information, such as how to contact the charity you are interested in.