We have a variety of different levels so you can choose the one that works best for you. Every donation, no matter how small can help!
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Bachelor Band @ Play
Family Band Vigor
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Gila Herd Power
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We offer many levels so you can pick the membership level that is right for you. ISPMB Memberships make great gifts too!
When you become a member of ISPMB…
YOU help preserve the bloodlines of historic wild horses
YOU help provide feed, hay and veterinary care for wild horses
YOU help further critical research on wild horse behavior
YOU help save wild horses and burros in America
|Junior (Under 18 years)||$15|
|Senior (65 and over)||$35|
Join by Mail or Phone
ISPMB, PO Box 435
Rapid City SD 57709
Committed to saving the last of America’s wild horses, ISPMB has created a sponsorship program whereby individuals or corporations can take pride in assisting with ISPMB’s conservation goals.
Sponsorship of a wild horse or a wild band keeps these wild horses running free and allows for other endangered herds to be preserved.
Choose your sponsor horse now…
Shop at Smile.Amazon.com and Amazon will donate a portion to the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros.
AmazonSmile is operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The only difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products ISPMB when you select ISPMB as your charity.
Never shopped on Smile.Amazon before? It’s easy.
On your first visit to AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), you will prompted to select a charitable organization from our list of eligible organizations. ISPMB is listed as International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros.
To change your charitable organization to ISPMB:
- Sign in to smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser.
- From your desktop, go to Your Account from the navigation at the top of any page, and then select the option to Change your Charity. Or, from your mobile browser, select Change your Charity from the options at the bottom of the page.
- Select International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros.
Fundraising events are opportunities not only to raise important funding to support our program, but also to spread the word about our work and goals.
They are also great chances to bond with strangers and friends alike! Thank you for all that you do.
There are a myriad of ways that you can help us fundraise – from posting our flyer around town, to setting up an information booth at a nearby pet stores, to hosting fundraiser dinner parties at your own home. Below are just a few ideas:
Dog Walking Service
Home-made Jewelry Sale
Animal Welfare Information Booth
Post our Flyers
You can also invite your friends over for a great evening, and charge them an entrance fee to be donated to ISPMB:
Easter Egg Hunt
Planning your event:
Once you have decided what you want to do, let us know! You can call us at 605-430-2088. We will provide you with literature to share with the participants, as well as stickers and magnets. We can also provide petitions and membership forms.
Consider planning your fundraising to coincide with a particular event, such as an election that involves important slaughter bills.
Please send donations to:
PO Box 435
Rapid City, SD 57709
Feel free to send us pictures and a description of your event. Your story might even be featured in the “News” section of our website to motivate and inspire others to follow your example!
With the ISPMB’s estate giving program, you can ensure that your lifelong efforts to provide comfort to hopeless animals will continue as part of your legacy.
Whether it is the care and welfare of our herd, or our nature conservation program that most inspired you, your bequest will truly help shape the future of wild horses everywhere.
No matter how large or small your estate may be, your gift will ensure that there is hope for those animals left behind in cruel circumstances.
The Importance of Having a Will
Questions and Answers
Is it true that most people don’t have wills?
Yes. Only about 40% of people actually have wills.
Is it necessary to have a will?
It is important for everyone, regardless of the size of his or her estate, to have a will. Through your will, you have the power to determine how your estate will be distributed and provide properly for your family and others you love. The term estate applies not just to real estate but cash, all property, investments, retirement plans, life insurance, and other forms of assets.
What happens if I don’t have a will?
If you don’t have a will, the state you live in will determine the distribution of your property according to its laws of intestacy. You will have no control over how your assets are distributed.
How do I go about making a will?
* First, select an experienced estate-planning attorney to write your will to best carry out your wishes to provide properly for your family and others you love.
* Second, make an inventory of all your assets; in effect, everything you own.
* Third, decide who you wish to receive your assets. Consider family needs and obligations.
* Please don’t forget ISPMB and consider how a bequest could benefit animals while creating a lasting legacy for you.
Are there tax benefits to making a will?
A will can help you take advantage of estate tax-saving arrangements. In addition, bequests to ISPMB and other charities usually provide a charitable estate tax deduction.
I already have a will. Do I need to do anything?
It is always a good idea to review your will periodically. If your situation has changed (e.g., you moved to another state; married, divorced, or lost a spouse; became a parent; acquired more assets, etc.), you should consider having your will reviewed to make sure it still works as you intend.
If you have already made a will but wish to include a bequest to ISPMB, it is a simple matter to add a codicil to your existing will. Your attorney can advise you on how to make a codicil.
How do I make a bequest to ISPMB?
There are several ways to make a bequest to ISPMB. Here are several examples:
* Specific bequest – You can make an outright gift to ISPMB stated as a specific dollar amount or a specific asset — securities, real estate or tangible personal property.
* Residuary bequest – Through this form of bequest, ISPMB receives all or a percentage of the remainder of your estate after all other provisions of your will have been fulfilled and all estate-related expenses paid.
* Contingent bequest – You can name ISPMB to receive a bequest but only in the event of the death of other named beneficiaries. By naming ISPMB as a contingent beneficiary, you can guarantee that your loved ones are cared for first while and that your charitable wishes are honored if there are sufficient assets to do so.
Should I leave conditions on the bequest?
Does ISPMB want to know about my will?
There is certainly no requirement to notify us, but we would like to know – especially so we can thank you during your lifetime.
What language should I use to include ISPMB in my will?
ISPMB’s legal name is The International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros. Our tax identification number is 94-616-9422.
For gifts that will take effect after your lifetime, suggested wording of your bequest could be as follows: “I give to The International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros, a charitable corporation organized under the laws of the United States, whose current legal address is PO Box 55 Lantry, SD 57636-0055 [the sum of $ ___________ or ____% (or all) of my residuary estate or a specific asset] to be used for its general charitable purposes.” ISPMB does not seek to replace the advice of your own tax counsel. Please consult your own advisors before making a will.
How can I get more information?
For more information, please request a brochure, or contact:
PO BOX 55
Lanty, SD 57636-0055