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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: Hope Equine Rescue, Inc. is devoted to the care and placement of unwanted, abused and neglected horses. Our goal is to provide for the horses when no one else can or will. We are putting hope back into the lives of horses one at a time.

Results: We have successfully rehabbed and rehomed over 100 horses. We have helped the overpopulation by providing low cost to free gelding clinics to horse owners.

Target demographics: unwanted and neglected horses.

Direct beneficiaries per year: geld 57 horses, place 24 horses in new homes, provide low cost services to over 100 horse owners.

Geographic areas served: Florida

Programs: Rescue, Rehab Rehome Low cost vet clinics Free Gelding Clinics Free Educational Seminars for horse owners.

Community Stories

32 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Marianne L.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I know the people working for this organization are so so dedicated to these rescues. It's nice to see the caring!

Kara30

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Hope is a safe place for neglected and abused horses to rehab. It's also fosters growth and education in young people though the volunteer program. Learning about ones self and community while caring for horses.

Jan_82

Client Served

Rating: 4

In 2015 adopted Missy,a beautiful mini mule from HER. Little did i know where I was going to to pick her up!
It amazes me that in this day & age that there is such a need for helping starved, neglected & abused horses!
Dani is such a needed part of this community!

1 Terri81

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

I just learned of Hope Equine Rescue, Inc. a few months ago. I have been accepted as a volunteer but have not been able to do so as of yet. I follow them on facebook because I love all the pictures, updates and live feeds. What they do is a pure act of love and kindness. Nothing more and nothing less!

1

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My daughter started volunteering there when she was 16. It was her get way to be with the horses. She is now 19 and is still giving her time because she loves the horse's and the owners. I think they may have rescued her

1

Board Member

Rating: 5

Hope Equine Rescue has done so much for the community. They have an awesome volunteer program, but what's more is what they do for the horses and their people. The motto is putting hope back in the lives of horses, but they do so much more. Hope Equine Rescue supports the horses and their adopters for life. Hope Equine Rescue has put on several educational seminars, gelding and vaccine clinics and has come to the aid of private individuals that have come into hard times that just need a helping hand. The Volunteer program teaches people of all ages how to care for horses and what it takes physically and emotionally to bring a horse from being broken to being a wonderful addition to someone's life.

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a volunteer at hope equine rescue. I have learned so many things from feeding, stall cleaning, and training of the horses so they can find there forever homes that will love them. We help out the community with gelding clinics. The first picture of VIDALIA is when she came in. The second picture is of her wining 3rd place in mares halter class not to bad for her first show.

1 Erin120

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This organization provides far more than just a soft place to land for the animals. They are very involved in community education and outreach efforts. They go above and beyond for the welfare of the animals under their care. Hope Equine is very much a family you become apart of and our community would be lost without them.

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Hope Equine Rescue has the most amazing volunteer program I have personally ever experienced. The learning experiences are outstanding; between veterinary experiences to horsemanship skills, you learn it all. I am proud to consider myself one of the family members - because that is what the volunteers are treated as. Family.

1 Courtney73

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I've only been volunteering for a short time but I've already learned some things and met a lot of good people. They're just trying to help out as much as they can and it's really inspiring, I love helping out their cause.