All About Equine Animal Rescue
All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc. (AAE) rescues and rehabilitates abused, neglected, abandoned, unwanted, and/or slaughter-bound animals, primarily equines (both wild and domestic); providing animals with food, shelter, care and handling; and veterinary care, as needed. We utilize a strategic process for matching healthy, rehabilitated animals with compatible, loving, and permanent adoptive homes. We also provide long term care for unadoptable animals.
2201 Francisco Drive 140-174
El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
|County or Parish:||El Dorado County|
|Primary NTEE:||Animal Related|
|Sub NTEE:||Animal Protection & Welfare|
From 2012 through 2017, nearly 950 individuals from the greater Sacramento area participated in AAE's new volunteer orientation. As a result, AAE has developed an amazing volunteer base with a core group of nearly 200 monthly volunteers responsible for the daily care of the horses and more. In 2017 alone, volunteers contributed over 26,000 hours on behalf of horses. Over 15,000 people are kept in contact with AAE through e-Newsletters and various social media. With a lot of hard work, the passion of our dedicated volunteers and widespread community support, AAE has evolved into a well respected and successful rescue organization.
Your donation of any amount will help feed a horse for a day, a week a month, or more. Your donation will support the cost of veterinary, dental, or hoof care.
Here's what your donation can do:
- $2 will feed a senior horse a meal
- $5 will feed a horse for two to three days
- $10 will feed two horses for two to three days
- $15 will feed a horse for a week
- $25 feed to a horse for about two weeks
- $50 helps provide feed for a horse for one month!
- $100 helps provide feed and basic care for a horse for one month! (Amounts are average costs that vary based on the cost of hay and supplements and individual horse needs; basic care includes hoof and dental care, vaccines, and dewormer).
Larger donations support in bigger ways:
- $250 can cover cost of castration/gelding of a horse
- $500 can cover hoof care for 12 horses
- $1,000 covers a large portion of a months senior feed
- $2,500 covers a large portion of a months veterinary care
- $5,000 covers a large portion of the cost of a truck/trailer load of hay (approximately three months of maintenance hay)
Our top needs:
- Space: Office or Other - Land or facility for program expansion and sustainability; property owners of current location will be retiring soon, and sale of the property is part of their retirement plan.
- Other - Please Describe - Dependable heavy duty truck for transporting multiple horses in large trailer over long distances and various grades.
- Funding: Unrestricted - Funding for feed, veterinary expenses, and general operations.
- Board Members - Board members to expand and diversify board.
- Volunteers - Volunteers to support all aspects of operations including horse care and handling, training, grant writing, administration, fundraising, youth programs, veteran programs, horsemanship programs, and more.
All About Equine Animal Rescue