About Mustangs for Mustangs We Create Hope During Times of Need

Who We Are

Mustangs for Mustangs (M4M) is a non-profit organization that was formed in July of 2014, somewhat by accident, but our mission is quite deliberate – to “Stampede the Needs” of our extended Mustang family. The organization was formed by Brett Dillahunt, a Prosser High School history teacher. He intended to get 30 or 40 Facebook friends together to help others but within the first week, he had 1,500 members. Within a month, the Facebook page had 3,500 members! Today, the Facebook group consists of almost 5,000 Mustangs in 46 states and 9 countries. When you add in their family and friends, it means the organization has 14,000 to 17,000 volunteers ready to respond.

M4M is a strictly volunteer organization with no paid staff and minimal overhead expenses (a mailbox and a storage unit). This allows us to use almost every penny from every donation to increase our efforts to help those in need.

Our Mission We Give So Others May Have

What started as a small, fairly casual idea quickly blossomed into an organization equipped to provide direct emergency assistance in six key areas, including personal safety, utility assistance, food security, primary transportation, primary housing, and extreme medical needs.

Recipients are limited to $250 direct assistance in any calendar year, though special circumstances that require more are given board consideration.

Tax Deductible Tax ID #: 47-1763788

M4M is an IRS-approved non-profit organization run by a Board of Directors. The Board of Directors, most of whom have served since inception, include Brett Dillahunt (director), Jackie Bell, Josefina Martin-Smith, Teri Tucker, and Ali Chapman Boyle.

food on table at food drive

Donations 100% of All Donations Go Towards Helping Others

Mustangs for Mustangs runs completely on private contributions. You can give:

Mail A Check

Mustangs for Mustangs
PO Box 1634
Prosser, WA 99350

Donate Online

Not all donations are monetary.

When a need arises, we post to our Facebook page and ask, “Who’s close? Who can help?"