Friends of Forever Amber

Join Our Sponsors

Want to become a friend to Forever Amber Acres? There are so many ways to help us! Start by becoming a sponsor. Here are four levels of sponsorship, depending on the level of support given.

  • Hay Makers – Donate any monthly amount
  • Gait Keepers – Donate a monthly amount of $20 or more
  • The Bridle Party – Donates a monthly amount of $50 or more
  • The Winner’s Circle – Donates over $750 annually

When you become a sponsor, not only is your donation tax deductible, you’ll also gain recognition on our site and social media! If you’re looking for something more low key, we also love having volunteers. Become a Barn Buddy today!

Corporate Sponsors & Grantors

Veteran Program Sponsors

 

 

 

 

in honor of Big Amos

 

 

Beverly J. Thompson
in honor of her brother BG Burdette K. Thompson (Retired)

 

 

Friends and Family of Deb Loesel
Donated a veteran’s sponsorship for her birthday

 

 

Serving the commercial and industrial construction markets in the greater Summit County area, offering site prep, utilities, and demolition.

 

 

Jennifer Knobloch & Friends

 

 

 

The Korman Family

 

 

Friends of FAAAS

Trisha Beban Yost

“The fate of animals is of far greater importance to me than the fear of appearing ridiculous.”
~ Emile Sola

 

Silvia Hauber

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”
~Mahatma Ghandi

 

Gate Keepers

Beverly J. Thompson
Gatekeeper for both Jojo and Princess
 
 
Rhonda and Tim Bartlett



 

Marianne Foreman
Gatekeeper for Bodi and Spirit

 

 

Patron Sponsors

Jennifer and Drew Coufal

~ In loving memory of Diesel Ruppelis ~
The Coufal’s were Diesel’s only babysitters for the past 11 years. Their home was his home away from home. Diesel’s family had been providing him with lots of love and care. In April of 2016, it was time to let him cross the Rainbow bridge. In his memory, the Coufals continue to generously donate to FAAAS.

Greg and Bonnie Deininger

“Compassion for animals is intimately associated with goodness of character, and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.” ― Arthur Schopenhauer

Redabyebye

Because of the generous support of “Redabyebye” our OTTB friend – a former racehorse athelete – we were able to have this wonderful website to share our mission with the world!