130 Cooper Anderson Road
Jackson TN 38305
We are proud to be a *2017 Guardian and share our horse care & use practices with the public.
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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's primary activity is equine rescue & adoption.Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.
100% of our total programs and services are horse-related.
Our organization conducts its horse-related programs at one facility.
Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
REDEMPTION ROAD RESCUE
GOALS and PURPOSES, MISSION and VISION
The Goal of Redemption Road Rescue is to Rescue, Rehabilitate and Re-home equine who are abused, neglected or abandoned and to reach out to equine owners who are experiencing hardships. RRR can offer assistance to these owners either by providing temporary feed and veterinary care, or for the long term allowing them to surrender their equine knowing that they will find new forever homes.
The Purpose of Redemption Road Rescue is to be a resource for law enforcement and members of the public when they find cases of abuse, neglect or abandonment of equine in their community. The Purpose of RRR is not to hold judgment on the equine owners it encounters but to remember that sometimes, good people get in bad situations. Redemption Road Rescue also wishes the owners of equine who find themselves unable to care for their animals to know that they have a safe place to look for assistance.
The Mission of Redemption Road Rescue is to “Rescue, Rehabilitate and Re-home abandoned and neglected equine, and to Educate the community on the correct care of these magnificent animals.”
The Vision of Redemption Road Rescue is to live in a community where equine owners are fully educated on the correct way to take care of their animals, and rescue is no longer necessary. At this time RRR would be able to spend their efforts in support of owners in need.
Redemption Road Rescue takes in abused, neglected or unwanted equines either in conjunction with the State Agricultural Representative or working directly with owners who wish to surrender their animals. <br /><br />These equines then undergo a veterinary examination, and work starts to rehabilitate them to a condition where they can be adopted.<br /><br />Redemption Road Rescue prides itself on its successful adoption program and follows up on all adoptions to ensure ongoing good care.
Fundraising HelpersMinimum Age: 18We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to assist in our fundraising efforts. Anything from sitting on special event committees to manning booths at various events, or helping out with special events. Just let us know your interest and we will find the spot for you.
Technical HelpMinimum Age: 18Are you a wizz with Facebook, web pages or other technical issues, we would love to talk to you.
Barn WorkMinimum Age: 18Volunteers are required to commit to a minimum 1 day a week for at least 3 months. This is down & dirty work cleaning, pens, stalls, water troughs, etc. No previous experience required. However you can graduate to grooming & feeding the equines as you prove yourself. We promise you this will be one of the most rewarding experiences of you life as you see these neglected animals get the life back in their eyes & go off to their forever homes. Winter hours are 9am - 11am daily.
RRR NeedsGift certificates to Lowe's, Home Deport or Ace Hardware
Gift certificates to R&J Feed or Tractor Supply
Portable Hot water heater
Cash Donation Equivalents:
Intake Exam, vaccinations & worming for new rescue horse ($150)
One bag of grain ($20)
One round bale of hay ($50)
Hoof trim for one horse ($25)
Dental Float for one horse ($100)
One month “sponsorship” for one horse ($200)
White copy paper
#10 white envelopes
Gift certificates to Office Supply store