WHOA (Wild Horses Of Abaco Preservation Society) is the ‘child’ of ARKWILD, Inc. Arkwild is a U.S. 501(c) (3) tax exempt corporation. The project was started by Milanne Rehor in 1992.

Goal: To bring back these rare and beautiful horse using the latest cloning methods and return them to their forest home on Abaco.

Arkwild, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity registered with the IRS (Internal Revenue Service of the United States); this means that any donations over $75 that you make to Arkwild, Inc., and the Abaco Wild Horse Project, are deductible from your US income tax.

You will receive an acknowledgement receipt that can be included in your tax return materials.

In accordance with Florida State Law, solicitation of Contributions Act, Chapter 496, we include the follwing information:
-Our Fla. Registration Number: SC-09953
-We state that no percentage of any contribution is retained by any professional solicitor
-We state that 100% of each contribution is received by our organization

WHOA, the  Wild Horses Of Abaco Preservation Society became a registered not for profit charity in the Bahamas in December of 2009.

For more details, have a look at our strategic plan. Request a copy at: info@arkwild.org