Funding Philosophy
Galloping Grace never wants cost to be a barrier to participation. For this reason, we do not charge admission or participation fees. However, this does not mean the programs are “free”. Growing, running, and maintaining our facilities and programs do have an associated cost. We seek community support from businesses, organizations, grants, and individuals through monetary and in-kind donations. All funds go into a general operating fund to fulfill our mission and pursue our vision.

When I make a donation, where does it go?
Unless otherwise designated by the giver, all monetary donations go into the general operating fund. These funds are used to fulfill our long-term goals and mission, build infrastructure, and pay for the day-to-day expenses such as administration, office expenses, technology, personnel training, fund raising and marketing.

Are donations Tax-deductible?
GGYR is a non profit 501 (c)(3) organization and will supply tax receipts for all monetary and in-kind donations, including but not limited to equipment, feed, land, building supplies, animals, etc.

What is GGYR’s Tax Id number?

Can I pay for the cost of participation for my child?
If your child participates in our programs and you would like to give a donation, it is greatly appreciated! We view these donations as a way of “Paying it Forward” for another child to participate in the future.

How do I donate?
There are a number of ways to donate to the ranch:

Cash, Check or Money Order
Make donations payable to GGYR or Galloping Grace Youth Ranch, and send them to the ranch mailing address, P.O. Box 44186 Rio Rancho, NM 87174.

CSA the Galloping Grace Way
Become a supporter through our CSA automatic monthly donation program, at levels beginning at only $5.00 per month.  Click here to learn more.

United Way of Central New Mexico
Donations made through United Way simply need to be designated as a donation to Galloping Grace Youth Ranch.

You can also use our PayPal donation link; you do NOT need a PayPal account:


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