Changing Fates Equine Rescue of Delware, Inc.
Rating: 4.88 stars 8 8 reviews
29573 Wet Elliotts Dam Rd % Karen Speake Laurel DE 19956 USA
Changing Fates Equine Rescue of Delaware, Inc. is a 501 © 3 equine rescue dedicated to locating abused and neglected equines and rescuing, rehabilitating, retraining and rehoming these equines. It is also our mission to provide a sanctuary for those horses that are not suitable for adoption.
Geographic areas served:
Delaware and the eastern shore of Maryland and VA
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I have been an active board member of Whimsical Equine Rescue since 2005 and with many hours of sweat and tears. This rescue has shown their love for horses, their care and well being. The horses on Tri State peninsula has experienced it first hand so many times. I know that 100 percent is given at all times. Many horses and persons have benifited from the services and funds received from Whimsical Equine Rescue. Whimsical Equine Rescue is a lifetime protection for the horses in their program.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
successful placement of horse and human to a safe enviroment. Happy faces of elderly and young after living their life dream of having a horse in their lives with a support team to assit every step of the way without end.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
look for a donor/donors to obtain a horse facility instead of rent. grow and harvest hay
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How did you learn about this organization?
was part of the beginning
What is this organization's top short-term priority?
purchase equiptment to harvest hay for the rescue and horse owners in need so they can keep their horses
What is its top priority in the long run?
Save the horses in danger
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