The Medicine Horse Project, a Local Non-Profit Earns Award

by Placerville Newswire / Oct 27, 2018 / comments

[Chris Nichols]
We are honored to announce that The Medicine Horse Project has earned 2018 Top Rate Non-Profit award.

This badge of honor is awarded to non-profit organization making a difference in their communities, measured by their community

We are incredibly passionate about improving the lives of horses and humans. We are blessed with amazing volunteers and supporters who believe in and are faithful to our mission.

Rescuing horses goes far beyond the initial rescue, transport and arrival at the ranch. Its on-going, high quality feed, supplements, farrier care and veterinary care. It's an immense commitment of time rehabilitating horses that have been given up on, abandoned, neglected, or left to die in the slaughter pipeline. When we take in a new horse the commitment we and our team of volunteers are making is to the lifetime of that horse. If their forever home never comes, they have a forever home right here as part of the MHP family. Even when forever finds them, our adopters become part of our family and we remain a resource, of love, guidance and support for now both adopter and adoptee. It's our commitment to the horses and humans who come here. We know you expect and wouldn't want anything less.

Receiving the 2018 Top Non-Profit Award should give you confidence in your choice to support The Medicine Horse Project, our horses and our programs. Your donor dollars go directly to the horses and programs. We pay no salaries with your donor $$'s. Every person involved at MHP is a volunteer, including our fearless leaders, myself, and Morgan Nichols. We also donate the use of our ranch to the organization at no cost. Why? Because the horses and humans are our number one priority. This is the work that feeds our souls.

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