SAFER NEEDS AUCTION FUNDS!
Lets save some more!
SAFER has bought and rehomed over 30 auction horses now. We will be able to take in more auction horses in the weeks to come. Can't say when, of course, because we really do not want to encourage people to use the auction as a way of disposing of their horses and we have to raise the money to buy and support them. I have heard quite a bit about the horses that have gone to slaughter from there this winter. It makes me so very sad....now people are wanting rescue horses and they are gone.... and not in a very nice way.
SAFER really needs to fund some facilities so we can provide equine drop off services, just like for our dogs and cats.
What about all the empty horse facilities?! - we sure could use one of them to do an enormous service to the horses and our horse community.
We COULD DO this! Can you Help?
We have 2010 Financials for SAFER. Examine our finances Here. Basically we intook $28,000; spent $7000 on the Hay Program and still had about $11,000 in the bank at the end of the year - which we must maintain for any horse emergencies that might come up.
We are doing a heck of a lot with very little money - NO?!
Our programs are public and the results are tangible. And we could do even more if we had a few more good foster homes. Check out what it takes to be one Here. Or RESCUE them yourself and use the SAFER FREE website to rehome them. Anyone in the community can use this resource. I put up full personal pages for every horse. They almost all get adopted with this publicity.
Please donate for the next auction effort.
Let's add yellow tags with horse hair stuck to them to the SAFER glass jar!
Each tag tells a story that belongs to us all.