PAH Horse Help Fund - your $20 donation will help feed the rescues.
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Your Gift of $25 or more will be matched by The GE Foundation and will help feed rescued horses who provide equine guided therapy programs for at-risk youth.
Support A Horse
We are happy that you have come to this location of our website, because we feel it is the most compelling portion of what we do at PAH. Peaceful Acres Horses rescues abused, neglected and abandoned horses. At our 156 acre ranch the horses are restored emotionally, physically and spiritually! Many of the horses in our care have been saved from transport to slaughter for human consumption in other countries (a cruel and inhumane death), like Pearl, Honey, Sassy, Winston, CC, Munchie, Hector and Grace. Others have been surrendered or seized as part of equine neglect or the owner’s inability to properly provide proper care and sustenance. The horses in the worse condition that you are about to see have all been surrendered into the care of PAH and have entered into our sanctuary for emergency rehabilitative care.
We are 100% donor supported! Through people like you, contributing to The Feed The Horses campaign or Individual Horse Sponsorships, we are able to rehabilitate these wonderful and compassionate companions.
See How You Can Help
Become a Feed Partner, an annual donation of $500 or more will directly pay for hay and grain, an annual cost of over $ 70,000.
Become a Horse Sponsor by making a monthly contribution of $400, you will have a horse of your own here at PAH, we will keep you up to date on your horse’s journey as a therapeutic partner in our equine guided experiential learning program. If you are local to our ranch, you will also be a Buddy to the horse you choose to sponsor; this means you will be able to spend quality time together. If you see a particular horse that steals your breath away, email us and we will give you the details of the horse, his or her story and schedule a time for you to meet! Memo: Horse Sponsor
Become a Recovery Sponsor a monthly contribution of $50 or more will help us to restore a neglected horse to full recovery! Your contribution will help afford veterinary care, farrier trimming, hay, grain and supplements. The daily cost to care for a horse in rehabilitative care at PAH is $32. If you see a photo of a particular horse that is calling to you to help rehabilitate him or her, send us an email and we will be sure your contribution goes toward that horse directly, you will be listed as his or her Recovery Sponsor!
Become a PAH Family Member, an annual contribution of $5,000 or more brings you, your family or business into the folds of PAH. You will be an honorary guest at all PAH events, receive annual reports, receive PAH memorabilia, and be inducted into the PAH Family at our annual Members Only Reception at the ranch. You will have a horse of your own to spend time with, and follow on his or her journey of recovery and helping people to surpass life’s obstacles.
The photos you are about to see are reflective of some of the horses when they first arrive at PAH. You will also see horses who have fully recovered and are awaiting Sponsors, Buddies or to be re-homed to a new and loving guardian.
Peaceful Acres Horses is a 501 c 3 charitable organization; your contribution is tax deductible! You may use PayPal, Credit Card, via our office ~ just give us a call 518-887-3178 or you may also contribute by check, mail to Peaceful Acres Horses 3740 Rynex Corners Rd. Pattersonville, NY 1237
The horses, the volunteers, staff and Board of Directors at PAH value you, your time and fiscal commitment to helping to positively change the lives of horses. With you, all things are possible!
Thank you and peace to you and yours ~ Nanci Beyerl, MSW, Founder & Executive Director
It’s easy to reach me, just email and I will be glad to tell you more about our rescue efforts and the needs we have as a rescue organization.
Rescued and secured a quality rehabilitative sanctuary, Precious and Destiny arrive at PAH suffering from lameness, emaciation, lung disease and fear. A prolonged life of consistent lack of care has resulted in these two beautiful adult horses being in need of special veterinary care, medications, supplements and farrier care.
Precious, a palomino mare, has suffered from several bouts of founder, simply put; the coffin bone is close to rotating through the sole of her hoof due to improper feed, care, and lack of farrier trimming. This beautiful spirit is also fearful and needs a Buddy Sponsor to help her recover physically and emotionally. Thanks to a wonderful team of caregivers, Precious is recovering! PAH arrived just in time, this beautiful mare was literally dying of pain and lack of care. (She was surrendered to PAH by the owner) Buddy Needed ~ your charitable contribution of $450 a month will support her full care and your time will help her to know that people can be loving!
Destiny, a Chestnut QH mare, was rescued from a dark stall where she was fading fast due emaciation and a lung disease caused by improper care and lack of quality feed. She was surrendered to PAH by her owner. Destiny received immediate medical attention and medication so she could breathe and also proper quality feed to nourish her emaciated body. Now recovering slowly at PAH, Destiny needs a Buddy Sponsor who will help in her care, light exercise and help her to heal emotionally and physically. Buddy Needed ~ your charitable contribution of $450 a month will support her full care and your time will help her to know that people can be loving!
Donations may be made by check; Payable to Peaceful Acres Horses, Inc. (memo the horse you are donating to), PayPal, or by calling our office at 518-887-3178 and using your Visa or Master card. All contributions are tax deductible. Any and All donation amounts will be used to help the horses!
For $50.00 a month (about $1.67 a day) you can sponsor the feeding of one of our horses used to help at risk youth, victims of domestic violence and other beneficiaries of our many community programs at Peaceful Acres.