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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: It is our mission is to educate our youth, prospective owners, and owners concerning the proper care of animals. We also support the local Animal Control departments with the care and housing of abused and neglected farm animals. We are dedicated to the management of reported neglect cases and work with law enforcement to insure the animals receive the care and feed needed for optimal health.

Results: Since June 2009, we have rescued and rehabilitated over 50 horses who were suffering from abuse, neglect and malnutrition.

Programs: Rescue & rehabilitation and adoption of abused, neglected horses. Youth camps. Horsemanship classes.

Community Stories

5 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Donor

Rating: 5

No story - just familiar with this great rescue group for horses. They are truly missioned, dedicated, hands on, follow thru, take excellent care of any rescue they can take in and truly deserve total support from the community as they need financial support to continue being there for the many neglect and abuse horse cases they work so hard to handle and rescue.
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As Presdient, Founder of a 34 year animal shelter in Chas SC (Pet Helpers) where all animals are kept until adoption - a private non profit adoption shelter, that, as well depends on community support, I know the hard work and dedication it takes to care for these animals.
I urge total support of LEARN.

Hug C.

Donor

Rating: 5

HUG found out about LEARN through a Facebook request to our friends as to which nonprofit we should pull into our rotation for the end of the year 2011. I have been amazed at all they have been able to accomplish so far on their own. We are certainly looking forward to raising the visibility of this amazing non profit in the local Charleston SC area.

Donor

Rating: 5

LEARN provides every horse with food, clean water, superb medical care, a home until a forever home is found, and love. Al receive respect and even those who can't overcome age and illness do not die alone. Comfort is provided as long as they live, and they always receive LOVE!

Ellen H.

Donor

Rating: 5

Lots of bang for your buck with this horse rescue. Tireless volunteers and Board members work hands-on with individuals and animal control to rescue starving, neglected, abused horses and ponies. They make every dollar stretch to rehabilitate and give these animals a second chance.

Susan D.

Donor

Rating: 5

I have know Elizabeth Steed for about 2 years now. What I have learned is how devoted she is to saving helpless animals. She primarily rescues horses; however any animal in need is always welcome. She is blessed with a understanding and caring husband and a great band of volunteers.