Phone Number

(888) 447-3449

Ranch Location

Waterflow, NM

How To Help

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Your Donations Make The Difference In The Lives Of Others

For many people struggling through grief or the trials of life, the ability to get away even for a moment seems impossible. Life may continue on all around them, but often life feels like it is moving in slow motion. 

Every donation goes toward giving those in need a place to process and begin moving forward in their life.

There are many ways you can help:

Helping Financially

Different Ways to Give

With this ministry’s 501(c)(3) status, all donations to the Amanda Ranch and the Binding the Broken Hearted Ministries are a tax deductible donation.

Become a Trailblazer

This level of sponsorship allows the weary in spirit to take the dream of coming to the Amanda Ranch from a possibility to a reality.

$4,000 donation


Sponsor a Day

Whether you wish to celebrate the birthday of a loved one or commemorate the day you lost a loved one, choose a specific date to sponsor the ministry.

$200 donation


Become A Monthly Partner

The Difference Makers at the Amanda Ranch are those making a monthly commitment to make a lasting difference in the lives of those who are grieving.

$20 donation



Something that everyone can do is pray. Add The Amanda Ranch to your daily prayer list and make it a point to pray for the grieving each day.


Looking to volunteer your time? Becoming a volunteer at The Amanda gives hope to the hurting and provides help to the heartbroken.


Every donation provides a space of grace for the grieving and gives broken people the opportunity to find Bible-based relief in their time of grief.

All donations are 501(c)(3) tax-deductible.

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Peace is Possible

While much can be said about the troubles and trials of life and how to handle them, I discovered that once I was forced to ride out my own storm…

How To Grieve When Everyone Else Moves On

How To Grieve When Everyone Else Moves On

While grieving after loss is normal and necessary for healing, glorifying grief is unhealthy and inhibits recovery. I had never heard of “glorifying grief” until I read how my pastor…

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