|Name of Organization||501c3||City||State||Picture 1|
|RVR Horse Rescue||Yes||Riverview||FL|
We will be their voice. We are C.L.E.A.R. (Care.Learn.Educate.Act.Rescue.)
Our mission is to intervene, rescue, rehabilitate and provide sanctuary for neglected, abused, abandoned, and traumatized horses and farm animals. Our goal is to take them out of their bad situations and find loving homes for them.
We provide medical attention, nutrition, training, and a safe haven to rehabilitate the horses so we can place them for a small adoption fee to approved, loving homes. We work closely with HCS Agriculture Dept. We take action to save horses being sold for slaughter. RVR Horse Rescue also keeps track of all adopted horses to make sure their living conditions remain good for the rest of their lives.
|Saffyre Sanctuary, Inc.||Yes||Sylmar||CA||
Saffyre Sanctuary is a rescue and rehabilitation program that cares for horses that have been abandoned, abused, or neglected. We also give horses an opportunity for a second career or a well deserved retirement, due to soundness issues, age, or owner hardships.
Saffyre Sanctuary assists homeless horses in finding their forever person. Through our networks, we place them in new careers in many disciplines. If they are unable to perform in a new career, we try to find loving homes where they can retire in peace and comfort or serve as companion equines.
|Southern Sun Farm Sanctuary||Yes||Glendale Springs||NC|
Southern Sun Farm Sanctuary is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the North Carolina High Country. The property is adjacent to the Blue Ridge Parkway and located at 3500 feet. The purpose of Southern Sun Farm Sanctuary is to provide a safe, secure place for abandoned, abused, neglected or retired animals. Although the emphasis is on equines, the "herd" also includes various dogs and cats (as well as the occasional raccoon, 'possum or fawn).
Some animals are adopted into loving homes, some can have useful lives here as riding horses and some are simply "pasture potatoes". No matter their outcome, all are treasured
|MSPCA at Nevins Farm||Yes||Methuen||MA|
|The MSPCA at Nevins Farm, in Methuen, Massachusetts provides shelter and adoption services for farm and companion animals; an exceptional equine program, including rehabilitation, adoption services, and equine ambulance program; community outreach and education, including a popular summer camp for children; resources for pet owners who have lost a companion animal, including a crematory and cemetery.|
|new england equine rescue north||Yes||West Newbury.||MA|
|NEER North is an all volunteer 501c3 Rescue registered with the States of MA and NH along with the department of agriculture. We rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home horses in crisis. NEER North also helps struggling horse owners in need with an emergency feed fund and educate on responsible horse ownership. We rely on donations, fundraising, and public support to provide for the rescue horses in our care.|
|White Bird Appaloosa Horse ResQ||Yes||Burkeville||VA|
|White Bird rescues, rehomes, rehabilitates and retrains Appaloosas and other horses in urgent need. Horses that cannot be placed in forever homes are offered permanent sanctuary so that they may live the rest of their lives in safety and dignity. White Bird is a GFAS Accredited organization.|
|Horse Lovers United, Inc.||Yes||Salisbury||MD|
Horse Lovers United, Inc., a 501 ©(3) nonprofit organization, was founded in August 1992, by a small group of dedicated horse lovers. Our goal is to find new, lifetime homes for displaced horses. Since our incorporation, we have directly placed more than 130 horses in new homes. We have assisted in the placements of 1000+ more by networking.
Registered 501(C)3 in southern NH
Local rescue, killpen pulls and we accept surrenders on a (placeable) basis. We are not a sanctuary and we only care for and network horses that are resonably sound that have a true shot at a "normal" horse life.
|Hope4Horses Equine Rescue and Placement||Yes||Hamilton||MA|
|Our Mission – To prevent young horses from going to Canadian slaughter. We manage the Hope4Horses Equine Welfare fund that is used to help at risk young horses. This fund is a result of revenues from the ERN.|
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