I have been donating and volunteering at this organization for almost two years, and I find Brent's (the president of Orphan Acres) dedication and tenacity inspiring. Currently, over 80 horses reside at this wonderful nonprofit, either living out their lives, or waiting to be adopted into a forever and loving home. Some horses are brought from horrific situations, and are then rehabilitated at this sanctuary. Most horses are brought in because the owner could either no longer care or afford the horse, so many of these horses have great potential and would make a great family pet. Going out and volunteering is really a great experience because you get to bond with all different kinds of horses, and help your community. This organization is in great need of help, for both manual labor, and financial expenses. I would definitely recommend this place for anyone.
I have been volunteering out at orphan acres since May and I absolute love coming here. Brent is an amazing person who cares and loves every horse out there. He has over 80 horses and they all are his kids. Can't wait to spend more weekends out there. Please volunteer or donate if you can to this wonderful place
I truly enjoy volunteering at Orphan Acres. Brent, the man in charge, has done a wonderful job keeping the horses safe, well fed, and happy. There is a pasture for all of them to graze and each horse has access to hay and water all day long. Every time I volunteer there I am amazed at how well he knows every horse; there are over 80! It is a fun and rewarding experience to know that I have played my small part in being in these horses lives, letting them know that they are cared for. Orphan Acres is a great place for these animals and I hope more people get to know this place and support it.
Volunteering at Orphan Acres has been an amazing experience. They take in all of the abused and neglected horses and give them an environment where they can live with their herd and thrive. Brent, the owner/caretaker, works very hard to provide the best care for these horses, many of whom have special needs. They have had many horses live well into their 40’s which is evidence of the quality of life provided at this facility. I hope that individuals and organizations will continue to donate and support these horses (and the wonderful people that care for them).
Volunteering at Orphan Acres has been an unforgettably rewarding experience. The owner is extremely devoted and hardworking, and there are many, many horses with serious needs. Anyone looking for a new horse to adopt or a place to donate should consider this facility.
This was my first time volunteering but I definitely will be back! Orphan Acres and Brett are truly inspiring, and I find it amazing that he can take care of so many horses. This is an awesome and unique place!
I have volunteered here for eight years now because it is a wonderful place with a magical cause. This is where I learned how to operate my own non-profit conservation farm. Brent Glover takes care of his animals well and is a great mentor to those who chose to work in the non-profit sector of society!
I have volunteered at Orphan Acres multiple times in the past few years! Brent has such a dedication to making sure all the horses get the care they need. I have enjoyed helping out with various chores and getting some horse experience!
My name is Dr. John Fudens HMC DVM PH. I use to be a conventional veterinarian but gave up that type of treatment years ago. I am now a Dr. of Classical Homeopathy caring for animals , children and adults with homeopathy and other holistic treatments. I have known Brent and Orphan Acres for 4 years and have lived at the sanctuary for 2 years caring for and treating horses that have been abandoned, abused, mistreated, neglected and more. I did this as I was making a transition from Boise ID area to the CDA Idaho area where i will be living and practicing shortly. For the 53 years I have been treating animals with various methods, having been on many farms and ranches with large animals (started out as a large animal vet) I have never seen anyone so in love and caring for horses as Brent is. Running O.A. is not his job but his life and passion. The over 80+ horses he has at present have better care than a lot of humans on this planet which is a sorry state for humanity. How he drives himself in caring for the horses 24/7 in any type of weather and conditions is nothing short of amazing. I help as best i can besides the medial treatment but he does this by himself and with college volunteers. I believe what he does every day keeps him alive even with his own health issues. What any person(s), organizations, companies can do to help him care for these horses is one of the best and kindest acts that can be done. Please try to help him and the horses as best you can.
Brent is truly passionate about what he does and is constantly looking to improve! Orphan Acres is a wonderful place!
I have been volunteering with Orphan Acres Inc. for a little over a year now, and I absolutely love it. Brent is so dedicated to finding good, loving homes for horses. He is always working hard to improve Orphan Acres and he is so willing to help his volunteers and the community out with whatever they need.
Orphan Acres is an extraordinary place. Taking care of horses is no easy task, and Brent does it with 70+ horses in need. I am so appreciative of all he does, and I am glad I had the opportunity to help him out.
Today was my first time volunteering at Orphan Acres, the first of many. I had a great experience during my time here, spending time with the horses and helping around the farm. It's an amazing thing that Orphan Acres does for these horse, cares for them, loves them, feeds them. I would definitely recommend volunteering at Orphan Acres to my friends, it is something everyone should experience for themselves.
The things that Orphan Acres does for these horses is remarkable. I am always happy to help out here, I feel like it benefits me almost as much as it benefits the horses. Overall, great place I fell in love it.
I have volunteered with Orphan Acres several times over the past three years that I've attended Washington State University, and each time is more rewarding than the last. My sorority has done multiple service projects at Orphan Acres. When we first got there, Brent gave us a brief history lesson of the ranch and how he came to care for dozens of horses. His passion for his nonprofit organization was warming and my sorority sisters and I took it to heart. We've volunteered at Orphan Acres multiple times since then and will continue to volunteer with Brent for as long as he needs us.
I love this place so much, such an amazing opportunity to be able to volunteer here.
I had my first experience at Orphan Acres last week and it was absolutely wonderful. The horses are happy and well loved, the area is beautiful and the volunteers are amazing and compassionate. What a great place!
Had a wonderful time volunteering. Everyone was friendly and helpful. The animals were very sweet and gentle, couldn't have asked for anything better.
I had the chance to volunteer with this great organization through my sorority. I had a fantastic time meeting Brent as he is so passionate about the care that these horses receive. I had the opportunity to walk one of the blind horses Misty May and was impressed by her sweet heart. This organization is fantastic and I look forward to volunteering here again!
I began volunteering at Orphan Acres in April of 2016. It has been an invaluable experience and I have learned so much. This organization provides a safe space for community members to volunteer at any commitment level and prior horse experience. I started volunteering with very little horse experience, and have learned more and more with each visit. This organization is backed by dedicated volunteers, a selfless owner, and generous donors. My life has been profoundly impacted through this organization and the interactions I have had with the horses.
I have been volunteering at Orphan Acres for about a year now. I had never been around horses before and was unsure at first to enter such a large herd. It turns out they are very gentle and fun to be around! Now I have learned not just how to brush horses and clean stalls, but also how to interact with horses, train them, and read their personalities. The owner, Brent, is always willing teach if you want to learn more about horses. Orphan Acres is a great place to volunteer if you like to get outside and hang out with animals like I do.