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Review for Angel Acres Horse Haven Rescue, Inc., Glenville, PA, USA

Rating: 2 stars  

After looking over the financials of this 501C3 I am appalled at the small amount of monies that really goes to the horses care at this "rescue".

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization?

No

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

Some

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2013

Role:  General Member of the Public

2013 was your last interaction with us? WRONG...I don't even know who you are and apparently you cannot read a 990 correctly. ALL of the donations with the exception of approximately 8% (which goes for printing, mailing, IT, email, etc - items needed to run the rescue) goes to horse care, horse rescue, horse rehabilitation and educating the public about horse slaughter.

 

Review for Majestic Equine Rescue Foundation, Howard, OH, USA

Rating: 1 stars  

This is a phony rescue. IMO Do not do any business with her. She deemed a horse dangerous sight unseen sent it back to the auction house without evaluating it.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

yes

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

shut it down

Role:  General Member of the Public & tried to be a friend.
info (Nonprofit Staff) wrote:

What this person failed to mention was that the horse attacked the trainer sent to pick up the horse and her daughter. The horse attacked the child and tried to kick her in the face. We do have children that come here to this facility with autism. I will not risk any child's life for any animal regardless of the animal's past. Most of the children that come here are between the ages of 5 -20. They are right, any horse that would attack a child is not safe to bring to the farm that deals with children. Any horse that would attack a child has no business being at the farm period. So they can say what they want! I WILL NOT RISK A CHILD's LIFE FOR ANY HORSE or ANIMAL. So yes, I sent it back to Camelot Auction. The entire time I was on the phone with people bidding on the horse to save it. The horse was in ZERO danger. As well as, Camelot auction has not sent any horse to slaughter in well over ten years. The horse was purchased and those people also decided the horse was to much of a risk and they sold it to helping Hearts Rescue. Who also has deemed the horse a safety hazard and now the horse lives in a paddock by itself.