The following is from All About Equine Rescue.
All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc.
Help us kickstart this year’s event and reach our goal by making an early gift anytime until May 4 at 11:59pm. (Only one week left!)
Or, raise the bar by pledging matching funds! Inspire giving and make your impact twice as BIG! To learn more about starting your own matching funds campaign for AAE, send us an email.
Other Ways to Give
- Mail a check to All About Equine Animal Rescue, Inc., 2201 Francisco Drive #140-174, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762 (AAE will not be charged any transaction fees).
- Text AAEBDOG to 53-555.
- Donate onour website (AAE may be charged a transaction fee, but it may be lower than the BDOG fee)
Please note: There is a $15 minimum for all donations made through the BDOG website. To give a gift below $15 please use one of the options above.
Big Day of Giving (BDOG) is a 24-hour online giving challenge to help AAE and other non-profits in the Sacramento area to raise funds and awareness. It is a day to give where your heart is! To learn more about Big Day of Giving, visit www.bigdayofgiving.org.
Every gift makes a BIG difference for the horses!
Your gifts this Big Day of Giving will help the horses (and other equine) in so many ways including providing feed, veterinary care, hoof and dental care, vaccines, deworming, and whatever they need. Considering it costs, on average, between $5 and $10 per day to provide basic care to the typical horse, that adds up fast. And, that doesn’t include diagnostics, treatments, medications, surgery, emergency care, or any of the unknowns that come with new intakes. Costs add up fast, especially when AAE is usually caring for 50 or more horses, but so, too. can your donations!!
Your donations help assure we have ample and ongoing funding for the care for the horses and other animals. YOU are why we are able to help horses and other equine friends like our new donkey intakes.
This month a gelding and a jenny came to AAE. The pair had been adopted from a distressed sanctuary nearly three years ago. Unfortunately, it took considerable time for the adopters to earn the trust of these two sweet s-asses! They were unable to halter them. The jenny was unwilling to allow her hooves to be handled, let alone trimmed, and her hooves have gotten quite long. They are both in need of hoof and dental care, vaccines, and deworming, to start. Though they were adored by their adopters, their adopters felt they had tried all they could to help them, but they were unable to do what was needed, so they contacted AAE to for help.
After quarantine, they will be seen by the vet and farrier (as soon as they can be safely handled), and they will get the works (hoof and dental care, vaccines, deworming and a microchip). The jenny will also likely need xrays. If there’s anything else they need, we’ll line that up, too. These cute little arses need a home of their own, soon.
We look forward to getting to know more about these two sweet souls.
Please consider making a donation for Big Day of Giving on their behalf and for other equines in need.
Thank you for your support helping horses each and every day!
Your donations, volunteering, adopting, and social media shares & likes allow us to make this work possible!