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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Humanities

Mission: Rescue and find suitable homes for neglected horses

Programs: Maintain suitable quarters while restorning health to horses purchased/rescued no less than 10 horses slaughter bound, or abused provided food and medical attention provided an adoption process to find suitable and safe homes for horses plus follow up visits which now includes foster care program conducted educational classes to educate on health care needs of the horses including holistic care.

Community Stories

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

CNEER is an awesome place where the horses are number one. All of the volunteers and members of the board are incredibly knowledgeable and welcoming. The impact they have is incredible, on both the equines and people that have their lives touched by CNEER!

1 Donna2345678910

Volunteer

Rating: 5

cneer came to my rescue in the spring of 2011. i lost my beloved 40 year old horse chief. my other horse mac was devastated with the loss and became very depressed and anxious. i contacted cneer about fostering one of their rescue horses. within days, literally, i was taken to a couple of barns where some of the horses that were available to be fostered were housed. i fell in love with a young thoroughbred named whiskey lullaby. whiskey was going to suffer the same fate as many racing horses. he was headed to slaughter. fortunately for whiskey cneer stepped in and saved him. within a couple of more days cneer delivered this life saver to my farm to mac and i. mac fell instantly in love as did i. cneer saved whiskey's life and in turn whiskey, i feel, saved mac's life. i fell so much in love with whiskey that i ended up adopting him. could never imagine my life, or mac without him here. tried to attach a video of an average day here at my farm with the two boys playing. they really are a scream. cneer is a group of dedicated people that give so much of themselves and there is a special place in heaven for all of them!

2 Vicky23

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Kudos to an organization that takes no financial remuneration for its "human" volunteers! All donations go to the care of the operation for the horses. NO ONE gets paid a cent, nickel or dollar. Truly an organization from a true philanthropic place.

Review from Guidestar

2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

My family has been a part of the rescue for only a year. Our daughter started riding lessons after an accident that left her unable to walk & run. Someone told us about the barn. We started with lessons at the barn where the rescue is housed, and after a few weeks my daughter was helping clean stalls and feed the rescue horses. The rescue is so much more for us than a barn with horses. To see a horse come in underweight & sickly is heartbreaking, but after a few weeks of proper nutrition and a little love, many of the horses are restored to their natural health. CNEER is run soley on volunteers who give 100% to make the barn a home!!

Review from Guidestar

2

Volunteer

Rating: 4

I will admit I was never a horse lover until I was brought to this wonderful place. A dear friend of mine wanted to introduce me to this world. I'm so happy she did. The friendly/family atmosphere at the Rescue makes you feel like you belong there. The horses all appreciate the attention and love given to them. I walked into this barn for the first time scared to death of horses and two of the horses actually reached out to me to calm my nerves and volunteers welcomed with me with open arms. The combination of these things made me want to get involved and help in any way I could. This is an organization that will do whatever it takes to save a horse in need! I have never seen a group with such big hearts. I’m privileged to know them and be a part of what they do.

Review from Guidestar

6

Volunteer

Rating: 5

We are an all volunteer 501(c)3 organization. Our ability to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for the unwanted and slaughterbound horses has grown considerably since our inception. We are very devoted to our mission and our integrity.

Review from Guidestar