Donate your money.

Please consider helping us out with whatever amount you can afford, and we will email you a receipt for your tax-deductible donation. ( Long Ear Rescue, Inc. is recognized by the I.R.S. as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.)

Thank you so much for your support of Long Ear Rescue! We could not care for these amazing animals without you! You can mail checks to:

  • Long Ear Rescue
  • c/o Andrea Durham
  • PO Box 531
  • Greer, SC 29652

And here is a Donate Button to use to donate to Long Ear Rescue through PayPal.  

Please help by donating whatever amount
you can to our non-profit organization.


We will email you a receipt for your taxes.
 
 

PayPal accepts all kinds of credit/debit cards, and you do NOT need a PayPal account yourself to use it.
 
Or donate through our Go Fund Me account…
 
Donate

Volunteer Your Time

Thank you for your interest in participating in our Volunteer Program. Volunteers are highly valued in our organization and they fulfill many important duties both at the farm and outside the farm.

In order to make your volunteer experience as safe and rewarding as possible, please read the following information about our program prior to completing and submitting your Volunteer Application.

Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older to participate in this program.  Acceptance into our Volunteer Program is at the discretion of our Volunteer Coordinator.

Most volunteers will be begin by doing basic barn chores like grounds maintenance, fence maintenance, manure removal, and then graduating from there based upon competency and hours volunteered.

Step One:    Attend a volunteer orientation class at Long Ear Rescue. Complete volunteer application and waiver.   Beginner volunteers will be responsible for grounds maintenance (weed eating, fire ant removal, clearing brush/trees), fence maintenance, and manure removal.

Step Two:   Volunteering on a regular basis, while observing all safety measures will allow volunteers to move up within the program,   Grooming mules and donkeys, walking the animals, assisting with vet and farrier visits.

Step Three:  Feeding mules and donkeys, administering medications, working and training mules and donkeys.   Any and all responsibilities throughout the farm.

Volunteers are also strongly encouraged to participate with fundraising events, community events, perform public relations events for the rescue, and of course any donation is greatly appreciated! 

To remain on our active volunteer list our expectation is that you will participate at least two days per month.  All volunteers will be expected to attend an orientation session and read, agree to and sign our Volunteer Agreement and Waiver and Release of Liability.  Volunteers that are 16 or 17 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the orientation session.

If you would like to be a Long Ear Volunteer, please print out and fill out the following two forms and bring them with you to your first Volunteer Orientation meeting….

Volunteer Application

Waiver and Release of Liability