Help Horses of Tir Na Nog install a new well to ensure they have adequate water during California's historic drought.
As water resources continue to dwindle in California, people and animals alike face unique challenges to ensure fresh water is available for consumption. Horses of Tir Na Nog is an animal sanctuary in San Diego that houses horses, goats, dogs and volunteer residents. Water supply is quickly running out at the ranch, yet the sanctuary continues to take in a growing number of medically vulnerable horses. The average horse drinks up to 10 gallons of water per day. Access to clean, fresh water is crucial to maintaining the health of horses and other ranch residents.
Many neighboring properties owners in their area are finding their wells running dry. In order to avoid this, Horses of Tir Na Nog needs to drill a second well. The second well will greatly enhance their access to water and is the best practice for ensuring adequate water supply for their horses and residents. The second well will also allow for the installation for 4-inch fire valve, which protects the ranch in the event of a fire.
You can help. Just $30 pays for one foot for the 1,200 feet needed to drill a new well. Please help Horses of Tir Na Nog build a new well before their water supply dries up!
Horses of Tir Na Nog's mission is to create a safe-haven for horses that have few options remaining - thereby ensuring them a better quality of life. They build connections between people and horses in the San Diego community, increasing awareness about responsible horse ownership and care through education.
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