All About Equine Animal Rescue
“By saving the life of one horse,
we may not be changing the world,
but we are changing the world for that one horse.”
MAGIC IS SCHEDULED FOR SURGERY/TREATMENT: AAE raised funds for Magic's surgery and chemo treatment, and he is scheduled March 17, 2014. Check back for updates! Magic is a recent intake with several cancerous skin lesions that need to be removed and treated CLICK HERE for more details.
GUIDESTAR: Celebrate All About Equine, AAE has achieved Gold-level GuideStar Exchange participation, demonstrating its commitment to transparency..
BOOTS/SHOES STATUS: "These Boots Are Made for Healin'!" program goal was to collect 7,500 pounds of used or unwanted boots and shoes to raise funds to help support AAE's participation in the Horses4Heroes program. We loaded 266 bags at 25 pounds per bag into a big truck and said goodbye! We came darn close at 6,650 pounds. What an effort it was. THANK YOU to everyone that helped collect shoes!!
Pony Pals. We've added more dates for the popular Pony Pals Farm Days program! The dates are March 15 and 29, 2014, April 5 and 19. The sessions typically run from 10am to 11:30am. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register today.
Zara May's Fudge. AAE is pleased to announce that we've partnered with Zara May's Handcrafted Fudge for a new fundraising opportunity. Any purchase of their all-natural and organic fudge from the AAE page on their website generates a donation of 25% of the total purchase price (excluding shipping). Finally, we can fee good for indulging our sweet tooth, so start shopping today!
All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. (AAE) is a small volunteer-based, charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit equine rescue and rehabilitation organization in El Dorado Hills, California. AAE’s mission is to rescue and rehabilitate horses that fall victim to inhumane circumstances (i.e., horses that are abused, neglected, abandoned or slaughter-bound), restore them to good health, and find each one a suitable home. Since 2009, more than 75 horses have passed through our barn. While a select few have become permanent residents of the ranch, most have been placed in forever homes with caring adopters whose lives have been enriched by the affection and gratitude that only comes from a rescued animal.
Donate to All About Equine Animal Rescue. Every little bit helps!
In the News
Dogs and lambs may not be the most natural of companions, but when this newborn lamb lost her mother shortly after birth, golden retriever Holli stepped right up to fill the role. Drawing comfort and warmth from Holli's protecting presence, Clover follows her everywhere and bleats plaintively whenever she loses sight of her foster mom. Check out their page here and follow their journey in pictures as little Clover grows and explores the farm.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of what we do at All About Equine. Many opportunities are available, from horse care and feeding to fundraising, publicity, grant writing, and more. Whether you have a few hours or a few days to give each month, we would love to have you join our team. Check out our Volunteer page for more information.