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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: The Arabian Rescue Mission is dedicated to rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of arabian horses in need. Our primary goal is to facilitate their gentle release, prior to the necessity of seizure. Our secondary goal is the education of those handling rescue and rehabilitation, first responders at time of seizure and owners, where surrender may be iminent. We are charged with the task of discreetly negotiating the release of animals in decline, initiating programs to help owners facing life challenges with their commitment and providing the tools necessary for a safe and legal seizure, where necessary.

Results: Just in 2012, so far we have helped 400 horses out of bad situations or just into new homes. We have completed 75% of the repairs necessary due to the damage by Hurricane Irene. We have purchased a large run-in shed for our main field. We have purchased a backhoe for excavation and farm work. We have also leased a facility in KY to house and help twice as many horses!

Target demographics: Horses in need, in situations where neglect and abuse are present or imminent due to circumstances beyond an owner's control, in threat of shipping to slaughter or otherwise in harm's way.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Hundreds

Geographic areas served: Nationwide

Programs: Rescue, Rehabilitation & Re-Homing and we are successful in all 3 areas.

Community Stories

18 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I wish I could give more than 5 stars! A group of ladies banded together to rescue a horse from the kill pen, but we weren't able to make it happen fast enough. Terry and ARM stepped in to help us make the rescue happen. Terry, ARM, isn't just "some rescue". Terry is an amazing human being with a giant heart of gold. She sees a horse in need and does her very best to ensure that the horse is safe, well cared for, and loved. I am proud to be associated with Terry and all the important work that she does with ARM!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This thank you is overdue. We all tried to save AQHA, Watch Katie Bee who had been standing in the Cranberry #10 Feedlot for over 3 weeks. But it was Terry's trust and belief in us that got the job done. If it hadn't been for Arabian Rescue Mission, Katie would still be waiting for us to save her. Terry spread her wings over us; believed in us; and used the auspices of her non-profit designation to help us save Katie. Katie has a wonderful home waiting for her but getting her from point A to B couldn't have been accomplished without the help of this wonderful, caring rescue. Thank you ARM...Terry. I will never forget your kindness and trust. Or the heart that extended itself to all horses so in need of saving.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Good organization, great horses, 5 star experience and treatment

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Great organization, Great place, helping great horses who need help!!!!!!!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Best rescue around. They have given hundreds of horses a second chance at life.

2 ChiChi N Lola B.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

We love to visit the farm and play with the horses.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Arabian Rescue Mission (ARM) is a wonderful organization run by folks that have a passion for the well-being of the Arabian horse. There are so many unwanted, misplaced, starved, abused, etc. horses that, without the help of all people of ARM, these horses would end up going to slaughter or left to suffer a brutal death by starvation. Please help these people help the horses with the placement of these beautiful animals to live out their lives in the company of people who care.

I would give these folks from ARM a FIVE STAR RATING!!!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This rescue does a good job in my experience with them. I adopted two horses from them over the years, and they were honest and fair. I saw something about the NJ Consumer Board but when I read the article it stated that the co-mingling of funds also showed significant personal dollars were paid to the rescue, it sounds like bookkepping errors as the article had said, as I can't find any files actually charged anywhere in any public records.

They seem to be involved in rescues across the country and do a good job of finding fosters and permanent homes for horses that would otherwise end up euthanized. I always do my homework before getting involved or adopting from any rescue and I have always had good experiences here.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

This rescue is a scam artist and a fraud. They have repeatedly taken in to many horses, She boards them and DOES NOT PAY once she does. Of which she allowed two horses to starve to death, others where in very sad shape. Her excuse was, I trusted her to take care of them ans she let me down.

This is because ARM NEVER PERSONALLY TOOK CARE OF THEM OR CHECKED ON THOSE HORSES. They died because of this disgusting joke of a rescue who uses the money for their own personal reasons and the horses do not get the care they deserve/

Her rescue has 40 horses in KY right now. She refuses to update people or show pictures. I am assuming that means they have been sent to slaughter, I would not put that past this so called rescue at all. EVEN The STATE of NJ charged them with FRAUD.

http://www.nj.gov/oag/newsreleases12/pr20120321a.html

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Arabian Rescue Mission has made supreme efforts to save and re-home Arabian horses for many years. When they find one that fits the description of Al Khamsa Arabian horse, they go the extra mile to contact us at Al Khamsa, Inc. and we try to re-home this special group with a preservation breeder. They are great to work with, knowledgeable and caring and always do what they say they will do.