Connecting you with the Wild Horses - Protecting their Freedom - Educating Everyone

An all volunteer non profit 501c(3) Making a Difference for the Wild Horses

Funding Priorities


Thank you for your interest in Wild Horse Connection.

Our mission Keeping the Wild Horses of the Virginia Range Free, Educate the Community about living with our Mustangs and Rescuing those that had to be removed from the range. By working with Nevada Department of Agriculture, City, County, Law Enforcement, Developers and Land Owners. Install fencing, gates, cattle guards, provide water resources in the higher range so the horses stay high up and not down on our community streets. Training our rescued so they can be used for therapy and emotional support. Providing Emergency resources to those in need. Connecting our Community, Protecting the Mustangs and Educating Everyone.

Our nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up. Together, we can do more than we can do alone. 



Grants of any amount help make a difference, this is what we can make happen with a grant of $1,000 to $10,000:

A grant of $1,000 … we can install fencing along the range to help keep the horses off the community streets, install water resources, provide hay for rescues and emergency diversionary feeding, panels for our emergency rescue trailer.

A grant of $2,500 … help with rescues and vet care, emergency response equipment, fencing material, training for rescues, water resources, education material and resources, panels and shelter.

A grant of $5,000 … provide equipment for our large animal emergency rescue trailer, vet care, rescue training, hay for rescues and emergency diversionary feeding, fencing material, water resource equipment and shelters.

  A grant of $10,000 … will help us purchase emergency rescue equipment for our first responders, vet care, hay for emergency diversionary feeding, seeding the range for wildlife food resources, training for rescues, fencing and gate material, water resource equipment, panels and shelters.



Our current funding priorities are: 

1. providing homes for those that need rescued, training, vet care, shelters and hay

2. emergency rescue equipment, so we may respond to large animal rescue calls

3. range management supplies, fencing, gates, seed for range wildlife grazing



Contact Corenna Vance to talk with her about these exciting grant opportunities at … 775-240-1304 or email

To make a grant from your Community Foundation Donor Advised Fund, please contact a member of our Stewardship Team at 775-333-5499.