Ways to Help

Take a Long Ear to Lunch - Sponsorship Program

Please consider our new sponsorship program which enables you to sponsor a donkey or mule for as little as $10 a month. Your generosity can make a huge impact on the life of an animal. Your consistent donation every month will help feed and care for a donkey or mule in the rescue. All of our animals are examined by a veterinarian upon intake, they are vaccinated, have blood drawn to ensure a negative coggins and are given any medical care they might need.

All the animals have their hooves trimmed every seven weeks and are dewormed as needed. They are all fed according to their needs and are given supplements to make sure their vitamin and mineral needs are addressed. All of this costs money which is why we are offering not only the ten dollar a month level of sponsorship but $15, $20, $25 and $50 or more.

Sponsorship Options

We greatly appreciate all of our wonderful donors who have helped us get to where we are today. We are proud to say that we have placed nearly 500 donkeys and mules in permanent, loving homes since our inception. We could not have done it without your ongoing support!

Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue is a 501(c)(3) corporation - all contributions/donations be they monetary or other, are tax deductible!

Save Your Ass Longear Rescue

Save Your Ass is a non-profit, public charity that depends on your donations to help the donkeys and mules. We are unpaid volunteers and all contributions go directly to care for the animals. Funds are desperately needed. Please send a tax deductable contribution to the following address:

Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue
23 Saw Mill Road
South Acworth, NH
03607

Or for Paypal, please click here:

There are many ways that you can held support the animals at the rescue and the work that SYA does.

Vounteer: Click here to download and print volunteer application form. Once you have filled it in, you can snailmail it to:

Ann Firestone
23 Saw Mill Road
South Acworth, NH
03607

Adopt: Being able to provide a loving home for a donkey and/or mule in the rescue will create space for another long ear the needs SYA's help. Visit the Adoption Info page to find out more about adopting from us and check out the For Adoption page to see which animals are currently available.

GoodSearch: You Search...We Give!

Buy a Bale: Just $6 buys a bale of hay.

GoodSearch: Use http://www.goodsearch.com to do all of your internet searching. Every time you do a search on GoodSearch a donation is made to SYA. Set GoodSearch as your home page so you are reminded to use it every time you log on to the internet!

MissionFish/Ebay: - We are a registered MissionFish/Ebay charity. Go to http://www.missionfish.org to find out how you can help support SYA by using www.ebay.com

iGive: When you use iGive, Save Your Ass gets money for free! Click here to use: https://www.igive.com/welcome/lp16/cr64a.cfm

Support Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue by shopping at AmazonSmile!

When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate to Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue. Support us every time you shop. Simply log into smile.amazon.com when you are shopping at Amazon, and chose "Save Your Ass Long Ear Rescue" from the list of non-profits. Amazon will take care of the rest!

Wish List

Run in sheds

Hay, Ultra Boss louse repellant gel

Mane & Tail shampoo and conditioner

California Trace Mineral Supplement (available online)

Betadine Surgical scrub and/or Chlorohexadine

Lime

Manure forks

Community feed shavings

Stress-dex electrolytes

Animed Remission

Elevate Vitamin E

Lumber

Blue Seal Hay Extender big bites

Brooms

Hay chix Hay nets

Purina Equine Senior Complete feed

If you would like to donate any of the above items, please contact us by emailing Ann Firestone or call us at 603-835-2971

Save Your Ass Longear Rescue

Donations - Monetary donations are always needed. All animals are seen by the farrier every 6-8 weeks. When an animal first arrives at the rescue they are examined by a veterinarian and vaccinated against rabies and tetanus and wormed as needed. All animals traveling out of state need a negative coggins test.

These routine expenses quickly add up and don't take into consideration medical emergencies that might arise.

THANK YOU!!!!