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Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc.

1949 Dalton Road
Sedan KS 67361

Tax ID/EIN: 01-0844944
Year Founded: 2005
Last Updated 2014-08-07

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 is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.

Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc. is dedicated to serving the equine companions who have so loyally served us by offering a safe and peaceful refuge for abused, neglected, abandoned and slaughter-bound horses, which it actively rehabilitates and adopts out to caring homes.

Volunteer Opportunities

General Volunteers
Minimum Age: 10
Rainbow Meadows is always looking for individuals who love horses and want to assist in their care. In addition, we have many opportunities for facility assistance or administrative assistance if one prefers not to work directly with the horses.

Wish List Items

Hay Hut
Our rescued horses have free choice access to hay (24 x 7) and having a Hay Hut (or two) to protect the hay from inclement weather will be very helpful.

Kansas is experiencing a drought and we are having difficulty getting quality hay at an affordable price.

Thera Plate
Our rescued horses would benefit tremendously from a Thera Plate to aid in their rehabilitation. The more horses we can rehab, the more we adopt out to appropriate homes and make room to rescue more horses in need.