Safe Haven Equine Rescue was established in 2000 from a dream of founder Ruth Meadows.  Since its establishment, Safe Haven has rescued hundreds of horses.  In 2006 Ruth retired as executive director.  Her successor, Richard Fincher, and a new board has taken over the organization.  Learn more about Richard, his plans, and Safe Haven board members on the "About Us" page of this web site.  

Our non-profit organization is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and sanctuary of neglected, abused, or retired horses and to providing a safe haven or loving adoption for these majestic animals. 

We need help in many ways. Volunteers are the key to any successful organization such as ours. Without them, we would have to close the doors forever. As you can imagine, we also need help in many areas that do not require horse experience. 

"Whenever an animal is forced into the service of men, everyone of us must be concerned for any suffering it bears on that account.  No one of us may permit any preventable pain to be inflicted, even though he would be interfering in something that does no concern him.  No one may shut his eyes and think the pain, which is therefore not visible to him is non-existent."  Dr. Albert Schweitzer 

Safe Haven Equine Rescue established 2000 

You can support us by mailing a check to:

Safe Haven Equine Rescue
4994 FM 2088
Gilmer, TX  75644
Safe Haven Equine Rescue accepts donations through PayPal. If you would like to make a donation, please click the button below:

Safe Haven Equine Rescue
This page was last updated: January 15, 2015
This page was last updated: January 15, 2015
Remember that ALL donations are tax deductible and spent entirely on horse care and rescue costs. We have Volunteers NOT Employees.
 We Need Your Help
Safe Haven is in need of donations for 
Vet care, Feed, Small Shavings 

Safe Haven is full of horses at this time. We have several ready to go to their new
forever home.  Please call us at 903-762-1434 for more information.

We would like to Thank alof you that have sent your donations either through Pay Pal or by mailing a check.  It is greatly appreciated!
Scooter is 9 years old and loves his massages.  He will live out his days as a resident of Safe Haven Equine Rescue and Retirement Home.
Rebel was rescued in January, 2009. Rebel is in his mid twenties and has some swallowing problems and requires that his food be watered down. Rebel will live out the rest of his years at Safe Haven.
Bubba and Sassie's first kiss!!!  AWWWW
Now Debbie, are you sure you got it all!!  This is my sleeping place and it really needs to be spotless!!  Be sure you fluff my shavings too!  Bubba is such a big help.
We need help for our "Winter Online Fundraiser"  See the details on our Wish List Page.  Thank you in advance for your help.