to Have Found Homes for
Over 20 Horses in Less than Two Years!
Gingersnap Girls Foundation, though small, is mighty! After receiving
our non-profit status from the IRS in June 2005, we have taken
in, treated, loved over 20 horses who would have otherwise met
neglectful, abusive, and inhumane ends. We wish that we had the
resources to take in all needy equines but, as so often is the
case, the bottom line is lack of funds. To that end, we continue
to raise money as we raise awareness for these poor souls who
just want the basics - food, love, and good care.
are pleased that we have been able to network with other groups
and individuals and have assisted in placing many horses from
their home situations directly into their forever, loving home.
This networking allows us to help in need equines without having
to expend all of our much needed resources.
year 2007 has been a busy one for us already and we receive calls
regarding in need horses, ponies, donkeys every week. In order
for us to continue to help them to reach their forever home, we
need to continue trying to raise additional funds and awareness.
Please help us if you can. Together we can make 2007 and future
years, our best ones yet!
* Adoption Finalized! *
(P.C.) RECEIVED SURGERY -
and is in his new home!
celebrating Christmas with his new family, Amanda &
Kerry Dukinfield, and his new pasturemate, Logan.
and Cordelia have found their forever home!
donkeys are fully vetted and in good health.
As you can see, they are best buds - so they wanted to be
is the standard - cream and tan Cordelia - is the mini gray.
Scout and Maria
Icelandic Pony came to us sick and thin (from a pony ride
company) was adopted by Maria