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Horse Rescue Relief and Retirement Fund Inc



Horse Rescue Relief and Retirement Fund Inc
1768 Newt Green Rd
Cumming GA 30028
404-310-1560

Tax ID/EIN: 58-2479748
Year Founded: 1998
Last Updated 2015-03-19

Public Charity


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Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation):  Horse Welfare

Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.

Our organization operates programs involved with providing equine assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) using certified instructors for individuals with special needs.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care of horses to provide its services.


Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
To improve the quality of life for all horses and thereby improve the lives of people through their human bond with horses. We are committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of horse and equine suffering from abuse and to the successful retirement of working horses and equine. We also aim to improve the public awareness and knowledge of the standards of care necessary to keep equines healthy and safe.


Volunteer Opportunities


Volunteers Are Welcome 7 Days A Week.
Minimum Age: 6
Volunteer Orientation is the second Saturday of every month at 9 am. Morning feed starts at 8 am, afternoon feed starts at 4 pm. Cleaning stalls, turn out/bring in horses. Groom, walk ]stall bound horses, barn Buddy Program for children in foster care, maintenance of farm, fencing, building and much more. All welcome.

Volunteers Are Welcome 7 Days A Week.
Minimum Age: 6
Volunteer Orientation is the second Saturday of every month at 9 am. Morning feed starts at 8 am, afternoon feed starts at 4 pm. Cleaning stalls, turn out/bring in horses. Groom, walk ]stall bound horses, barn Buddy Program for children in foster care, maintenance of farm, fencing, building and much more. All welcome.

Volunteers Are Welcome 7 Days A Week.
Minimum Age: 6
Volunteer Orientation is the second Saturday of every month at 9 am. Morning feed starts at 8 am, afternoon feed starts at 4 pm. Cleaning stalls, turn out/bring in horses. Groom, walk ]stall bound horses, barn Buddy Program for children in foster care, maintenance of farm, fencing, building and much more. All welcome.

Wish List Items


Wish And Need List
We have over 200 acres but most is leased.
We would love to have our own land forever.

Our 2000 Chevy 1 ton Dually has 250K miles.
We need a newer truck