White Knight (one who comes to the rescue, a savior)

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Executive Summary


White Knight Dark Horse Rescue Ranch, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization EIN# 27-2336670 dedicated to fostering compassion and responsibility for horses & dogs through rescue, intervention, education and outreach.  White Knight Dark Horse Rescue Ranch, Inc. has become an organization which has been established with a strong commitment to providing a permanent, stable, safe and loving home for abandoned, abused, unwanted and neglected horses and dogs.


White Knight Dark Horse Rescue Ranch, Inc. has a focus on humane education and outreach through developing a strong volunteer base.


Education, compassion and awareness have always been strong components of the organization. Executive Director Michael Landon founded White Knight Dark Horse Rescue Ranch, Inc. in June of 2010 after recognizing the dire need to help rescue facilities in the State of Arizona. The organization’s efforts, implemented by a committed and well-trained volunteer staff, provide many opportunities to decrease the number of  animals, horses & dogs who remain mistreated and/or homeless.


White Knight Dark Horse Rescue Ranch, Inc.’s goals are accomplished by implementation of stimulating activities and materials that are organized around a well-developed prospectus. Ongoing quarterly evaluations assures progress and cost-effectiveness. Fundraising is a continuous, ongoing effort.  


Goals and Objectives


The mission of White Knight Dark Horse Rescue Ranch, Inc. is to foster compassion and responsibility for all animals through rescue, intervention, education and community outreach programs.  



  • President, Sponsor & Volunteer - Landon, Michael

  • Treasurer, Sponsor & Volunteer - Winter,  Craig

  • Secretary, Sponsor & Volunteer - Jorgenson, T. J.

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