Support the Horses

CANTER New England is a federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, Accordingly, we give tax receipts for donations received. (Owners or trainers wishing to donate a retiring racehorse may also claim a tax deduction.)




How will CANTER Spend My Donation?


All donations go to horse welfare efforts; no CANTER NE volunteer receives any type of compensation. We are a small organization with a shoestring budget, and we operate solely through volunteer efforts and private donations.




How can I make a gift?


Make your secure contribution online, click HERE.

Designate a monthly contribution through Network for Good...it's easy, automatic, safe, and a tremendous help for the horses!


Donate via "snail mail," please make your check payable to CANTER New England and mail to:

CANTER NEW ENGLAND
P.O. Box 490011
Everett, MA  02149



What are some other ways to help CANTER NE?


Support New England's retiring TBs by shopping at the CANTER NE Online Store - and get some very cool CANTER merchandise in the process!

Enter "CANTER New England" as your beneficiary charity on GoodSearch: it's completely free, and CANTER NE receives a donation every time you use GoodSearch as your search engine!

GoodSearch: You Search...We Give!


Shop at Country Supply? Enter CANTERNEWENGLAND
as your Country Care code next time you make a purchase!



Go to IGive.com whenever you shop for any product online - and raise money for CANTER NE at the same time!







What can your donation do for Thoroughbreds in need?



Obviously, every donation helps--but if you are wondering what your money can accomplish for a deserving OTTB:

$15 can provide wormer for a foster horse
$50 can provide a month of supplements for a foster horse
$75 can provide vaccinations and worming for a foster horse
$100 can buy a winter blanket for a foster horse
$150 can provide farrier care for a foster horse
$350 can save a horse at auction
$500 can provide veterinary treatment such as gelding & vaccination
$2,500 can help provide for a horse needing surgery


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