Central New England Equine Rescue

Rating: 4.9 stars   10 reviews

Issues: Animals, Arts & Culture, Children & Youth

Location: 1510 South Street mailing address: Pob 262, West Warren, MA 01092 Barre MA 01005 USA

Mission: Central New England Equine Rescue was founded in 2003, we grew out of the need to rescue from slaughter and find adoptive homes for the ever-increasing number of abandoned and improperly cared for horses. Our mission at Central New England Equine Rescue,Inc is to rescue and rehabilitate horses, restoring them to their natural health and good spirit. Our volunteers provide a safe environment for healing. We have implemented an educational program on the proper care of horses to aid in the prevention of abuse and cruelty in the Northeast.
Programs: We are an all volunteer organization that rescues abused and abandoned horses; we search out the appropriate adoptive home. Central New England Equine Rescue, Inc. participates in nationwide rescues of Premarin foals, shipping them from slaughter houses in other parts of the country and from Canada into our nurturing environment where they can heal. We rescue and provide direct care for horses and all their needs. We are funded solely through tax deductible contributions.Educational Program for community in place. Working with city youth and with 4-H clubs. Preventing abuse and neglect of the horse and all creatures whenever and wherever possible.
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Rating: 5 stars  

I got involved with CNEER about 6 yrs ago when I visited the Warren barn. I was so Impressed with how friendly the volunteers were, how happy the horses were as they interacted with each other and with me. I've found everyone to be dedicated and caring and the facilities to be very clean. Horses are rehabilitated and good homes are found for them. Visitors are always welcome and when people leave they want to return to help. No one takes a paycheck. Everyone does whatever they can for the love of these horses. I highly recommend their website, google search for CNEER, and also their Facebook page to see what they do and also when their fundraising events are.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization beyond what is required of board members?

Definitely

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

Will you tell others about this organization?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

 
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