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Promoting the Humane & Responsible Treatment of Horses
Serenity's Mission is multi-faceted.  It includes rescue, rehabilitation, education and healing. 
 
After rescue and rehabilitation we work to place our horses our rescued horses into loving permanent homes. We are passionate about providing a natural and focused care plan for each of our resident equines.  
 
We are also committed to supporting the equine community through our Education Center clinics and courses.  We also support our community by performing welfare checks and helping community horse owners to provide the best care for their horses.

We believe that the relationship between humans and horses is a very special one.  Many of our volunteers and others have experienced a special gift of healing when working or visiting the farm.   Horses as Healers,focuses on healing and developing life skills.  Please click on Horses as Healers to read about this new program.
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How time and horses helped a Tacoma family heal . . .
The Tacoma News Tribune featured one of our volunteers and her family telling the story of how the horses at Serenity helped in the healing of the family after the death of their son in Afghanastan.  To read and watch this powerful story Click Here

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Serenity has been chosen by our community as one of the Great Nonprofits for 2015.  You can read our reviews on Great Nonprofits.   Receiving this award is very important when organizations are reviewing our grant proposals. 
A big Thank You to our supporters for writing a review for us.

Learn the different ways you can help Serenity Horses

Serenity's horses depend on the tax-deductible contributions of our wonderful donors - we depend entirely on private donations and the occasional grant to continue our mission. Donate today - your dollars go directly to feeding and caring for the horses!  Go to our Donate page to learn about how many ways you can help the horses at Serenity.



Helping Horses in our Community 

Read the story of this starved mare and what to do when you Report Abuse on our Our Work page.






 

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Horsemanship Classes 

Our Horsemanship series begins Saturday, July 23, at 11a,  For a description of the classes and the new schedule go to the Education Center

Rescue in Progress...A Life Worth Saving 

In rescue work it is natural to feel sadness around situations and circumstances of abuse or neglect, but we must be mindful to not feel sorry for those we help.  We simply honor and value the life before us and do our best to offer the promise of a safe, secure and loving tomorrow.  Today you have an opportunity to partner with Serenity in helping those that cannot help themselves.

 Meet Little D, the Old Soul whose life was so precarious, that upon her first visit to the rescue sight, Patricia drove him home in the back seat of her trusty Subaru Forrester! 


Little D arrives at Serenity in the back of the Subaru

Click on Rescuing Grays Harbor Horses for the full story and pictures of Little D and his 3 friends that have come to Serenity.

These horses need your help.  All of the horses we have rescued so far are stallions, some will need months of rehabilitation before gelding.  Please help us to continue to save the Grays Harbor horses.  Go to our Donate page and donate to this cause today!

   

Serenity Blog
Our wonderful friend and well-known playwright Dr. Elena Hartwell has created a Blog for Serenity called Stories from Serenity.  To follow Serenity's stories and keep abreast of other important and sometimes funny goings-on at the farm click on this link

Volunteer with Serenity!

We need reliable, regular volunteers around the farm! If you are interested in helping out please contact Serenity at volunteer@serenityequinerescue.com.
Orientations are held most Saturdays of each month at 10am. These orientations last for about 45 minutes and volunteers are encouraged to stay and work after the orientation. Please visit our Volunteer page for more information.