As a 501(c)3 non-profit, 85% of ManeGait’s operating budget is funded through the generous support of our donors and community sponsors . This funding provides care for ManeGait’s 20 therapy horses, maintenance of our 14-acre facility, and equine-assisted therapy for 135 special needs riders each week.
Many Ways to Give
- Monetary Donations
You can make a tax-deductible donation in support of ManeGait online or by mail. A tax receipt will be provided via email.
- Make a donation online using our secure credit card form.
- Or mail checks to: 3160 N. Custer Road, McKinney, TX 75071
- Annual Donor or Event Sponsorship Packages
ManeGait offers a variety of annual and perennial donor packages. Sponsorships are also available in support of our three annual events.
- Contact Susan Hansen for more information.
- Host a Fundraising Event
We appreciate the opportunity to partner with local businesses and philanthropic organizations who are willing to host events benefiting ManeGait. It is a perfect way for organizations to give back to the community while raising awareness about ManeGait and their own products, services or mission.
- Please contact Susan Hansen if your organization is interested in hosting a fundraising event.
- In-Kind Donations
We welcome in-kind donations of goods and services. On occasion we do accept the donation of therapy horses if the equine is determined to be a good fit for our riding program.
- Employee Giving
Workplace giving programs allow you to give effortlessly by automatically contributing a portion of your paycheck to ManeGait. Many companies also offer donation matching programs which allow you to double, or sometimes even triple your charitable contributions without a second thought. Talk to your employer to find out what types of employee giving options are available to start multiplying your generosity!
7 Fun Ways to Support ManeGait all year long!
Your Gift at Work
To see the real impact of your donation, we invite you to learn more about our programs and watch this brief video featuring stories of hope and healing from ManeGait rider families, volunteers and community supporters.