24915 N.W. 170th Terrace
Alachua, FL 32615
772-263-3955 or 386-462-7135
Season's Greetings from all of us at H.O.P.E.! The winter brings many changes and bleesings to us. We have relocated to Northern Florida in Alachua County, where we will continue the rescue mission. The horses have settled in nicely and are thriving in their new environment. QT and Mr. Igo continue to be in foster care, where they are being spoiled and loved so much! Thank you Pam and Karla for opening your hearts to theses wonderful horses! Best wishes to all of our supporters and their families for a safe and happy holiday season!
H.O.P.E. is a publically supported, 501(c)3 non-profit state corporation. We are registered through the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumers Solicitation Act Chapter 496. Our goal is to rescue and rehabilitate starved, abused, unwanted and slaughterbound horses. After their rehabilitation we will find loving, approved homes for them to share their new lives with. All horses, adopted and not, will be forever protected under our guardianship.
Are you interested in learning Natural Horsemanship or do you have a horse that you need help with? Contact Gary Itzstein at 863-763-4916 or Nancy Desisto at 772-221-1104. They have helped us tremendously with our horses and have opened many doors that never seemed passable before.
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HOPE is run by volunteers. We have no paid members or volunteers. All funding comes from generous donations from the public, volunteers, and sponsors. All donations are tax deductible CH16390, & can be mailed to our headquarters. 100% of the donations will go for the care of our horses.
Should you have any questions about HOPE, please do not hesitate to ask. We always welcome suggestions.
2005-2006 Board of Directors
Vice President- Dr. Marilyn Maler
Our Purpose and Mission Statement
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