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Horse Protection Association of Florida, Inc.

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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animal-Related, Animal Services, Animals

Mission: To provide equine rescue, rehabilitation, education and adoption services within the state of Florida.To provide assistance to law enforcement and animal agencies with cruelty investigations and the care and placement of horses.To promote and teach horse care and humane, natural methods of training for horses.

Target demographics: horses who are victims of neglect, starvation and abandonment

Direct beneficiaries per year: countless horses who were suffering and gave them a new lease on life.

Geographic areas served: North Central Florida

Programs: cruelty investigations, assistance to law enforcement, rehabilitation, natural horsemanship training for the horses and adoption to qualified homes.

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22 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

The director of HPAF, Morgan Silver, is a professional in the capacity of working as an arm of the law in seizing abused and neglected horses and in the care of horses in critical condition as the result of starvation. Go to the HPAF web site and look at before and after pictures of rescued horses. You are going to see some 30 day miracles. Horses that were very close to death, are now happy, round, healthy and happy individuals. Morgan also is a whiz at connecting horses to prospective adopters. I am the proud foster parent/caretaker of two HPAF rescues and know first hand that HPAF is a a five star recovery unit for neglected and abused equines. Please support HPAF in any way possible.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have the honor of volunteering at this wonderful organization that does amazing work with horses that have come to them under a variety of issues. Some are starving and some have been neglected or abused and some owners have just surrendered their horse because they know the care they receive under the direction of Morgan Silver who works tirelessly 356 days a year to save these horses. There is no more deserving facility of donations then this one. I am honored to have met Morgan and admire her strength and courage to do the work she does.

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