My Nonprofit Reviews
Cross Rails Inc
Review for Equine Rescue Resource Inc, Pine Bush, NY, USA
At the close of this year – 2012 – I would like to take this opportunity to whole heartedly thank Equine Rescue Resource, Inc. for the work they have done and continue to do in the community they serve. My relationship with them began in 2005 when I adopted TB mare, Widget. Since this adoption, Colleen and the Board have made routine visits not only to check in on how I was handling a yearling, but to provide support for Widget’s care and training. Widget is now 7 coming 8 and is an accomplished hunter jumper show horse. She has helped many adolescents and adults rekindle their love for riding and horsemanship.
In July, of this year, I started a local ministry in which I am working with families and children who do not necessarily have the funds to own a horse, but have a passion and desire to be around them. ERR has once again provided support and guidance in this new venture. I have fond Colleen’s advice and wisdom priceless, as she genuinely shares the “hard facts” about owning and running an equine operation. Through word of mouth advertising, our school has grown in size, and we recently entered into a legal agreement to foster 1 pony mare, providing an opportunity for other local 4-H kids to have a venue to continue their riding through the winter months. I am more than happy to provide a copy of our agreement, as well as accurate medical and exercise records for this pony for anyone who may question the integrity of this non-profit organization.
I and my ministry wholeheartedly support the efforts of Equine Rescue Resource, Inc. and am looking forward to a long lasting relationship with them. After all, “The righteous man cares for the needs of his animals, “ (Proverbs 12:10a).
God Bless ERR! J. Grant , PMP, BS Equine Studies – President Cross Rails, Inc.
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