My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Wild Love Preserve, Kingston, WA, USA
As the founder of one of America's oldest and a fully accredited lifelong equine sanctuary, the Horse Harbor Foundation, I have kept up with the amazing job Andrea has done with Wild Love Preserve for several years now. She has managed to create what I believe is the best possible model for keeping America's wild horses in their native homes by bridging the gap between the BLM, local ranchers and the equine welfare community and getting them all behind her work. The diplomacy required for this monumental task required commitment, dedication and skill possessed by very few. Further, she has demonstrated how properly applied temporary birth control can maintain a free roaming wild herd at a proper population to preserve their range in the face of wide spread misunderstanding of the product and technique involved that has set other wild horse advocates at each others' throats. I strongly endorse Wild Love Preserve and the work Andrea Maki does there. It could well be the only course of action that will truly save America's wild horses from total extinction at a time more and more pressure is being placed upon them by various commercial interests intent on taking away their native and legal habitats. WLP is one of the most unique, innovative and successful ventures into wild horse preservation and deserves the continuing support of not only horse lovers but the general public which is in danger of losing one of our national icons. Allen Warren, CEO & Founder, Horse Harbor Foundation.
Review for National Equine Resource Network, Encinitas, CA, USA
As the operator of a nonprofit equine rescue sanctuary, I am very aware of the need for an organization such as the National Equine Research Network created specifically to support our work. Therefore I am pleased to provide our endorsement for this grant.
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