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The Mustang Project

The Mustang Project

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Campaign Message

The Mustang is a symbol of the American west, but they are rapidly loosing their home in the wild. The Mustang Project provides sanctuary for mustangs that were at risk of going to slaughter. These iconic animals were born in the wild and deserve to live out their lives in peace and freedom.
The Mustang Project was formed to give youth the opportunity to learn about horses, to use this interaction with horses to increase awareness of and empathy toward animals and people, to foster a sense of accomplishment and self-worth among participants, and to provide an incentive for them to excel in all areas of their lives.
The Mustang Project is volunteer based, and 100% of donations go toward the care of the horses and for the youth program.

Mission Statement

Born of the belief that positive experiences with animals can be life-changing, The Mustang Project was created with the following objectives and purposes:

to provide a program for youth, especially those deemed to be at-risk, to learn about, interact with, and care for horses,
to give participating youth the opportunity to gentle and train wild horses (Mustangs),
to use this interaction with horses to increase awareness of and empathy toward animals and people,
to foster a sense of accomplishment and self-worth among participants, and to provide an incentive for them to excel in all areas of their lives,
to give participants the skills and opportunities to pursue a career working with horses if desired,
to hold special events and distribute educational materials to increase public awareness about adopting and training Mustangs,
to adopt Mustangs for use in the program, especially those at risk of going to slaughter,
to directly engage in, and provide facilities for the promotion of these objectives.

Contact Info

Tracy Mohr

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