New Hope Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, set up to help
equines and other animals in need in our area through rescue, adoption,
education, and veterinary/spay/neuter assistance.  We do not have a
shelter, but rather the animals are homed with volunteers while they are
being rehabilitated. Some animals are ready for adoption quite quickly;
others take many long months to overcome physical and emotional
abuses. We don't rush them. We do offer them new hope for a brighter
future.

Our group is run solely with donations.  Please visit the  
how to help!  
page for ideas on how you can help us to help the animals!
You can make a
tax-deductible donation
through your Paypal
account! Click here!
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Pearl's story
Click here to read
about Sweet William
1/15/2007
A VERY SPECIAL MEMORIAL
1977? - JANUARY 1, 2007
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New Hope Rescue
PO Box 412
Providence Forge, VA 23140
newhope_rescue@yahoo.com
Sweet William
Willie is still one of our all
time favorites and so I leave
his link here. Everwhere I
go, people ask about Willie!!
New Hope Rescue is
dedicated to the
memory of my first
rescue horse, Pearl...
fly free in the clouds,
Pearl.
7/24/2007: TODAY
WE CELEBRATE!!!!

After several long,
stressful months,
this beautiful boy
is truly safe!!

Click here to read
about Travellor!!
WE LOVE OUR VETERINARIANS!!!!!!
We couldn't do ANY of this without their help.
They save the ones that come to us sick and injured, they help us make decisions that no-one wants to make, they
support us and they cry with us.  They are our heroes!!!!!!
New Kent Animal Hospital
2955 Pocahontas Trail, Quinton
We thank you!!!!
Tidewater Equine Clinic
Dr. Doxtater and Dr. Lee
We thank you!!!!
The mustangs: A mustang mare and her four year old filly, found starving in a mud pit
of a pen. I have to wonder...
How many of the BLM
mustangs end up like
this?
Temporary link for rescue groups only
Southern States SHOW Program

This is a BIG fundraiser for us!! And
it's an easy one-- all you do is cut the
proof of purchase symbols off the
backs of your bags of Triple Crown or
Legends horse feeds. Save them up
for a bit... then send them to us!!
That's it!!

We redeem each POP for cash to be
used towards feed and vet bills. Each
POP brings us .25 cent. And boy, do
they add up!!

Please spread the word about this to
your friends!!!
Click to read their story:
The mustangs

**Come join us on Facebook for DAILY updates and pics!!!**
I don't seem to have time to keep the website up to date. But you can follow
us almost daily on Facebook!
Click here to visit us on Facebook

**DOGS FOR ADOPTION**
Click here to see our latest rescues!
February 25, 2011
Years of neglect led to this little miniature horse and his pasture
mate suffering terribly. Click below to read their story.
Click here to read about Cisco and Pancho
THE MACAW RESCUES
This situation was, for me, one of the most heartbreaking to
date. It's taken me months to re-visit the photos of where the
birds were, in order to tell their story here. Click below to read
their story.

CLICK HERE
CLICK HERE TO GO DIRECTLY TO THE
ADOPTION APPLICATION PAGE
application confirmation
NEW!! Feed A Meal Program!!! Donate a meal for one of our permanent residents, and help us pay the
feed bills! One of our biggest expenses is the daily feed bill.
Here is a rough breakdown of how you can help!
Allistair and Baldric each eat about 8 lbs of feed a day (plus veggies, fruits, and other treats and grazing). The
feed itself averages out to about $3.00 a day per pig. Click on one of the links above to feed that piggy for a
day!!
Southern States SHOW Program

This is a BIG fundraiser for us!! And
it's an easy one-- all you do is cut the
proof of purchase symbols off the
backs of your bags of Triple Crown or
Legends horse feeds. Save them up
for a bit... then send them to us!!
That's it!!

We redeem each POP for cash to be
used towards feed and vet bills. Each
Triple Crown and Legends POP brings
us .25 cent. And boy, do they add up!!

Please spread the word about this to
your friends!!!
ALLISTAIR
BALDRIC
The horses: We have four permanent
residents (equines who are not adoptable due
to age/ soundness issues): Zephyr, Sugar,
Ruby, and Gertrude the donkey. They eat, all
totalled, approximately 25 lbs of feed a day,
plus free choice hay. This averages out to
about $12 a day, or $2.40 per horse per day.
Click here to feed a horse!!  
Click here to see more of our
hungry critters!!
The first New Hope calendar is
here!!
Click below for ordering
information!


Click here for calendar information