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.
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!
I'm just glad there's an organization that helps and care for horses. It seems we tend to forget about them needing our help too.
After several month of riding horses at People Helping Horses in their arena my autistic Grandson really opened up and began to have more eye contact,laughter, and generally was better behaved and less destructive. I hope everyone will see the great work they do by helping needy horses and special needs children. Please give all you can to this cause. I donated a banner ad on my business listing web site for People Helping Horses, at ElloMarysville.Com . This ad is worth over $800.00 in any advertising media. Please do your part in supporting this great organization!
People Helping Horses is my favorite over all charity. They have saved so many horses. I love how they reabilitate them and train them so that they will have a better chance at adoption. I am going to get another horse in the next couple of years and am hoping to get one from them. Horses are big animals who need alot of care so it is an expensive undertaking. I am so grateful that they are there for the needy horses.
I have worked with Larry & Mary Jensen for a couple months now. They are fun to be around & work very hard for their horses. They are passionate about this group & spend many extra hours outside of work donating talents and money of their own to the cause--feeding other people's cast away horses. Many have been placed in good homes due to their diligence. Thank you Stacey Mayer for introductions to this group of caring friends!
I had the privilege of visiting the PHH barns and helping at fundraisers with my daughter and granddaughters, all volunteers at PHH. I watched the experience bond them together and saw the character building in my young granddaughters as they helped care for the horses. Helping abused and damaged horses is a wonderful learning experience for children - while falling in love with horses and ponies, they grew in empathy and understanding for all living things. I believe they've developed what will prove to be a lifetime interest in caring for animals. Clearly, PHH not only rescues endangered horses, they also provide an invaluable learning experience for humans who have the opportunity to participate in their good works.