Second Chances Equine Rescue Inc - a second chance at life for the horses and people we serve.
Big Impact

Raise funds for our herd by doing your own fundraiser!

It's easy to get started. Follow these simple steps.

1. Pick a fundraiser you want to plan - see ideas below.

2. Decide the date, time, and location for your fundraiser.

3. Make flyers to promote the fundraiser.

- Hand out the flyers in your neighborhood, local stores, school, church, etc.

4. Tell everyone you know that you are doing a fundraiser and when.

5. Make a sign to have at your fundraiser.

6. Say "Thank You!" to those that helped or donated.

!!!!Make sure you check with your parents and teachers before you start a fundraiser. Remember to work with friends to be safe!!!!



Host a car wash or dog wash. Ask your local gas station if you could host your car wash at their location or ask your local groomers if they would donate some dog shampoo.
Start a dog walking service. Ask your neighbors or friends if you can walk their dogs for a fee. This will help them if they are busy and will make their dog happy too!
Have a lemonade stand. Make your own lemonade to sell or ask a local market if they would donate lemonade to you for your fundraiser.
Organize a sports event. Pick your favorite sport such as a basketball or baseball game. Find sponsors to give a certain amount of money per point scored or base that was touched.
Start Pennies for Ponies at your school or in your classroom. Decorate canisters that will hold the coins. Talk to different classrooms at your school to explain what you're doing and ask students to donate spare change. For more information and help with this fundraiser, please contact us at (912)385-8512.
Have a Bake Sale. Ask friends and family to donate baked treats for humans and for your furry four legged friends too. Click here for fun pet treat recipes.
Have an Art Auction. Make art pieces or ask local artist to donate items at a certain dollar amount per entry. Auction off the art pieces and donate the money to the Rescue.
Organize a read-a-thon. Ask people you know to donate money for each page or each book of a horse related book you and your friends read.
Throw a dance or a party to raise awareness and funds. A local band may be able to perform for free or for a discount if they know the proceeds will go to benefit horses.
Start a club. Two minds are better than one.
  • Talk to your friends and tell them your ideas and goals.
  • If you want to start the club at your school, you may need to find a faculty advisor (maybe you know a teacher who likes horses).
  • Find a place where your club can have meetings. Set a date and a time.
  • Make flyers and spread the word.
We can provide a letter verifying our non-profit status and material about the Rescue. For any information or help with fundraising please contact us at (912)385-8512.