With just 15 days to go in May, we are closing in on our $20,000 matching grant!

The momentum of the past few weeks is astounding. A year ago, no one thought that we would be where we are today – with animal rights at the forefront of the Mayoral election, with candidates actively courting us for votes. This has never happened before in the history of the animal advocacy movement!

You can help us hit our target goal – a $20,000 matching grant to help elect humane candidates to City Council and the Mayor’s office! Chip in $5 now.

Let me be clear: to get the carriage horses off the streets of Manhattan, we MUST have a humane Mayor and City Council who will pass our legislation to retire the horses to sanctuary and replace them with electric cars.

Christine Quinn is the only Mayoral candidate who doesn’t support animal rights, while all the other candidates do. What’s worse, she’s actually blocked numerous pieces of legislation to help animals such as shelter pets, circus animals and of course, carriage horses. What kind of person blocks legislation to mandate fire sprinklers in pet stores?

That’s why our generous anonymous donor set us a challenge last month to raise $20,000 online before May 31st. If we succeed, they will MATCH that, meaning $40,000 for us to advocate for the horses and other animals of New York City.

The campaign is gearing up – will YOU be a part of stopping the abuse of carriage horses in this Fall’s election? Help us hit our goal by May 31st with just $5 today.

It’s an exciting time to be a Horse Hero! Get political for animals and donate today.

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