Horse Protection Society Of North Carolina

Rating: 4.83 stars   52 reviews

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2135 Miller Road China Grove NC 28023 USA


It is the mission of the Horse Protection Society of North Carolina, Inc. to make the world a better place for horses through education, rescue, and rehabilitation. HPS provides a sanctuary of last resort for unwanted, neglected, and abused equines.

Target demographics:

rescue starved and/or abused horses.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

As of September 2014 we have taken in four new rescue horses and have placed four horses to wonderful homes! We are currently feeding 45 horses.

Geographic areas served:

Rowan, Iredell and surrounding counties

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Rating: 5 stars  

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The leaders of HPS are inspiring caring individuals who absolutely put the animals first and respect and appreciate their volunteers. I was there last weekend, a relative newcomer, helping with a particular annual project. Things were well organized, the animals were well cared for in great enclosures and had all been transformed from their initial state as rescue animals. HPS is a magical place changing the lives of countless animals. They have a huge pasture/pond/forest which looks like a fantasy novel when the horses are running throughout. I support the work and the people of HPS wholeheartedly!

PS: I have no idea why that negative reviewer posted such inaccurate information, granted several years ago... this place is fantastic!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Find more funding so they can support even more horses in need! :)

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