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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Developmentally Disabled Centers, Disabilities

Mission: The power of one is considerable, while the power of many, united in passion and belief, is unstoppable! Join us in our passion and efforts; with your help and support, you too can Change the Life of a Horse... FOREVER!

Programs: Rescue and rehabiliation - the organization provides rehabilitation and adoption services for abused and neglected horses.

education- the organization hosted several horse care and training education seminars.

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Community Stories

26 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Donor

Rating: 5

I have had great experiences with People Helping Horses. Volunteers and staff have always been very friendly and helpful. The horses are beautiful, always well fed and cared for. Some rescues out there are just scams, take your money and don't care for the horses. Here the people are real, the horses are real.

Donor

Rating: 5

This group really has its heart in the right place. There is always a place there for an abused or unwanted horse at PHH. Their compassion and deications is amazing. I contribute to them as often as I can. Thank God for people like them out there. Thank You.

Allana K.

Donor

Rating: 5

As a child, my parents introduced me to the love and companionship a horse provides. We were a military family but kept a home in Tom's River near Lakehurst Naval Base where my horse waited my return to the states. Riding was my passion as a child and has endured into adulthood. I now enjoy riding in Palos Vedes, Ca.
People Helping Horses is a wonderful organization dedicated to providing for horses in need. It's a great feeling knowing that the financial support or time you given saves the precious life of a wonderful animal. I so appreciate the work this group does for horses. Thank you. alana

1 Shannon S.

Donor

Rating: 5

People Helping Horses is a wonderful charity. Their dedication, caring, and devotion to horses is boundless. We appreciate all that they do and would love to help them even more. As a member of NYClass, a group that is fighting to get the horse-drawn carriages off the streets of NY and end the abuse of horses, we need People Helping Horses more than ever!

Donor

Rating: 5

People Helping Horses is a great place that takes care of horses that would otherwise be killed or sent to slaughter. I applaud there work. The people that run this are the true hero's. Putting in there time to help these beautiful creatures who deserve a second chance.

genobird

Donor

Rating: 5

People Helping Horses does an amazing amount of lifesaving and rehabilitation with the tightest of budgets! They often train their foster animals to help them adjust to a new life of service and benefit to the adopting family.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

People Helping Horses does excellent work in the horse sanctuary field. They work tirelessly to evaluate how they can stretch each dollar for rescuing abandoned horses, developing therapeutic riding programs for children gaining life affirming skills from horse interaction, and campaigning for better horse care and responsible horse owner polices. They conduct workshops for people wanting to gain skills in these areas, as well. They are first rate!

Donor

Rating: 5

I have been a donor of PHH for years and have always found them to be truthful, very hard working snd doing their wonderful and compasionate work in spite of very difficult conditions (bad weather, lack of funding, short staff).

This is one of the charities that deserves to be helped because they do not disburse monies like a great many of them do, but they provide the services themselves.

Donor

Rating: 5

I have been contributing to this organization for the past few years, and all I can say is that I wish I could do more. Those behind People Helping Horses are among the most committed, caring people I've ever known. They use their donations wisely and efficiently so that the maximum amount possible goes directly toward the care of the horses.

Donor

Rating: 5

I have been involved with People Helping Horses for some time now. Since I live in Florida, I have never had the privilege of visiting or meeting anyone in person. However, I feel close to them through email and regular mail correspondence and I always look forward to hearing about their extraordinary work and progress. They have always responded to my emails with personal responses and I believe in many, many ways they are beyond a top notch animal/horse advocacy and rescue organization and they will always have my full support and attention as long as I am able.

I wish them the best of luck and pray for them to always be provided with abundant resources to continue their extraordinary and compassionate work for the horses in their care.

Lisa Mazzola
Tampa, Florida

Donor

Rating: 5

I have been inspired by the extents that this organization goes to in order to save abandoned and abused horses. I also admire the fact that the horses can remain at their facility forever if they are not or cannot be adopted into good homes. I have donated hundreds of dollars and will continue to do so. I encourage anyone who loves horses or just wants to help save animals to donate as well.

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Donor

Rating: 5

My daughter became a horse lover after her first trip to Girl Scout Camp at the age of 6. Because of that, we found PHH. Their work to help the horses is so wonderful. It is one of my favorite charities and I donate as often. If I lived near them, I would volunteer all the time, but it's a little hard to get there from the east coast. I feel good about helping them help the magnificent animals who so deserve to be treated well. I am glad there are people out there like Gretchen who can handle all of the emotional ramifications of a rescue organization like this!