You can make a difference. Your donations will help provide shelter, food and love to our amazing horses.
Our mission at Bergen County Horse Rescue is to rescue, rehabilitate, protect and prevent the cruelty of horses. We feel that providing a healthy environment for the mind, body and soul of our horses is crucial to their well being. The sad reality of abandoned horses is that they are either left to die, or auctioned off to slaughter houses. Bergen County Horse Rescue is doing our best to change that. For most of our horses, this is their forever home; and they couldn't be happier! With that said, we are in need of your help!
How Bergen County Horse Rescue uses funds
In addition, our facilities need to be updated for our current horses and new facilities need to be built so we can save and rehabilitate more horses! Listed below are few of the many things that the money we raise will be used for:
Rescuing more horses!!
Quarantine barn for new arrivals
Existing stall maintenance
Structural support for barns
Bergen County Horse Rescue wants to create a safe, stable (pun intended) environment for our horses. With your help, we can achieve this for our current horses, and future rescues. Not only do the horses consider our rescue their home, but so do our volunteers. Our rescue is changing the lives of these beautiful animals for the better, and with your help we can save even more.
BCHR Wish List
5. Clorox liquid bleach
6. Lysol liquid cleaner
7. Latex gloves (size medium)
8. Antibacterial hand soap
10. Recyclable lawn and leaf bags
11. Large plastic trash bags
12. Cases of bottled water
13. Mane & Tail shampoo and conditioner
- We purchase lumber, tools, paint and building supplies for the farm from Home Depot.
- We buy horse grooming supplies, fly spray and first aid supplies from both Dover Saddlery and SmartPak equine. In warmer weather the flies swarm around the horses, and we literally go through fly spray by the gallon!
- We would like to keep both first aid kits and flashlights with extra batteries in all of the barns, for emergencies we hope never happen.
- We use Mane & Tail products to clean our horses and keep their coats shiny!
- Rubbing alcohol and peroxide are used to clean wounds, both human and equine
- We use many cleaning products to keep the stall areas clean
- We always wear latex gloves when we treat the horses’ wounds