Paws Ranch Equine Rescue, Inc. Overview
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PO Box 338
North Carolina 28018
Target demographics: by giving compassionate care to unwanted, abused or neglected horses, mules and other equine
Direct beneficiaries per year: 61 horses with Medical Care, Treatments, Training, Adoption, Sponsor and foster,15 horse owners using the Emergency Equine Fund,Gelded 47 Stallions, 27 horse owners using the Community Hay Bank, 21 Students with community service projects, 14 Students with FFA Projects,
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: help horses in need. help make a difference enjoy the companionship of othersmeet others who share similar interests expand your knowledge of horses and horse care enhance your skills and build your resume earn community service hours needed for graduationand other school or community programs be a leader working to prevent neglect and abuse of horses within your community share your love animals volunteer because you have free time have knowledge and talents to share with others teach your children the value of giving and prevention of animal cruelty.
Geographic areas served: North Carolina, South Carolina and other states
Programs: Community Service Programs for Rutherhord County Schools, Community Outreach Programs, Hay for Horses Project (helping our community though these had economic times, job loss), Help our Seniors(helping hands to feed livestock and companion horses on their farms), Paws Ranch Volunteer Program, Rescued Horses Program, Community Emergency Disaster, Re-Homing Project, Emergency Equine Fund, Community Hay Bank, School Programs
Paws Ranch Equine Rescue Inc. is a non-profit humane volunteer based organization. We are dedicated to the support and rehabilitation of the animals that come to our facility. We are totally dependent on private donations to support the rehabilitation of the animals that come to us as well as the dedication of our community volunteers to provide the best quality of life for our rescued equine friends.
Our community has donated their hay pastures for us to cut and bale hay for our rescued horses. We have over 240 acres of spring and fall hay.
We have had summer hay rides to our farm for the youth camps and church groups, launched social media for fundraisers on Facebook, Ebay, horse.com and more.