Donations are always welcomed!
Here is our bequest form for anyone who is considering leaving Wild Burro Rescue in their wills. Leave a lasting legacy that will benefit our burros. Click on the picture below to view and print the form. Many thanks for thinking of our organization.
We have folks asking about an address for anything sent via UPS or FEDX. Since we do not have rural delivery, the RV park in Olancha will accept packages etc. for us. Here is the address to use:
Olancha RV Park
c/o Wild Burro Rescue/Diana Chontos
2351 S. Highway 395
Olancha, CA 93549
If you plan on sending anything to this address, please let us know so that we can go to pick it up there!
website maintained and updated
by Karen Gilligan, VP WBR
Our form 990 is available for viewing
Don't forget the carrots!
photos by Clay Myers
As (Wild Burro Rescue) is a tax-exempt non-profit organization under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code, all charitable donations are deductible to the full extent allowed by law. (Wild Burro Rescue) does not trade, share or sell a donor's personal information, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations. This policy applies to all donor information received by (Wild Burro Rescue), online and offline, whether electronic, written, or oral. Due to state charity registration requirements, we are unable to accept donations from District of Columbia, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
Donations from these states are not eligible to receive a tax deduction.We are in the process of getting registered in the above states.
Hugs, brushing and carrots are always welcomed if you want to come visit:)
If you do decide to stop by, be sure to give a call/text prior to coming up here! Diana can be reached at 760-384-8523. Just leave a voicemail with you name, number and a good time for her to reach you with a call-back. Texting is more reliable, she is more apt to receive a text message vs a phone call. The signal at the ranch is very "iffy" to say the least!
Call or text first before visiting!