Help Care for Rescue Horses
Ever wonder what happens to unwanted and abused horses? Some put them to sleep others beat or starve them to death, some are left tied to barns with notes attached as the owners have just moved on. Others have been placed alone in dark stalls with no food or water and some turn them over to the unknown with no regrets. This has happened to many of the horses before arriving here. Rescues such as ours are run by people with regular jobs and passion in their hearts who struggle daily to provide food, shelter, medical care, vetting, supplements, farriers, treats and love to these majestic animals.
The love is the easy part. The work is difficult but the rewards are ongoing and heart felt. Volunteers work from their heart with compassion and kindness. We are not able to do this alone. We are reaching out to all of YOU for help. As a 501(c)3 non profit, this facility survives on donations from regular people that work hard like you do. We need funding and sponsors. We cannot save them all. Together we CAN make a difference. Please consider helping.
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The emphasis is on an Enjoyable and Relaxing Experience that provides Additional Therapeutic Benefits in the areas of Communication, Socialization, Posture, Structure, Mobility, and an overall improved quality of life. Individuals may participate in horse - related activities to their maximum ability in an atmosphere of support, structure and socialization for the primary purpose of the intrinsic enjoyment of the activity. http://www.healingwithhorsesct.org
Healing With Horses
WildRose Horse Farm, Inc. 501(c)3
536 Raymond Hill Rd.
Uncasville, CT. 06382
We appreciate your donations as do our four legged therapists. Meet Indy our newest adoptee. We are in need of funding to replace paddock fencing. Please give!
With the winter months upon us we are seeking donations for hay and grain for our therapy horses. We ask you help us keep them healthy with a donation you can afford. Please help us keep them able to work to help our youth at risk and people with emotional disabilities. Bless you all.