Our Mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and provide adoption services for abused, neglected and abandoned equines.
Sign up here for Ride for Rescue:
Lightning Bug would like to remind everyone that when you are selecting your payroll deduction for next years’ charity, remember that Panhandle Equine Rescue is a 501(c)3 organization. If you are a Civil Service employee, we are approved through United Way to accept donations (check Panhandle Equine Rescue) You have through the month of October to select for next years’ contributions.
PER is also signed up to accept payroll deductions from Combined Federal Campaign. Our code number is 97892. The CFC Drive is going on September through December. You can go to CFC Contributions in your MYPAY and type in our code and it will populate. Your contribution will go a long way in helping us to help the horses.
Per is seeking volunteers to help with barn chores on the weekdays. Since school has started, we are shorthanded. The chores consist of cleaning stalls, watering, and grooming if desired. We currently start at 8 am. Location is Cantonment, FL. If interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get set up for receiving the schedule.
• Seminole Senior Feed (Regular)
• Manure Forks (Valley Vet Supply)
• Paste Wormers
• Fly Spray
• One Pound Salt or Mineral Bricks
• Computer Paper
• Glossy Photo Paper
Our Mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and provide adoption services for abused, neglected and abandoned equines. We need volunteers for hands-on work with horses, and also volunteers for fundraising, administrative work, grant-writing, if you have a talent that you would like to volunteer, we have room for you! Give us a call & schedule volunteer training, so we can get you plugged in!
Consult with your tax preparer about fostering for a non profit. If you are in the position to get write offs, this tax break would also apply to PER horses. If you have space at your facility, please consider fostering. It will open up a stall for us to take in another abused or neglected horse.