Promoting the Humane & Responsible Treatment of Horses
Since our inception Serenity has helped support and rescue over 125 horses! Our foremost goal is to help rehabilitate, care for and place our rescued horses into loving 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.  
Raise the Barn Auction
 You wont want to miss our "Raise the Barn" fundraiser on June 28th in our beautiful arena.  There will be fabulous food, great music and an awesome auction.  Chick on updates on our Events page.
2013 Top-rated nonprofits and charities  We are on Great Non-Profits Top Rated List for 2013!
Thank you so much volunteers and friends of Serenity.  We are so proud of what we have accomplished this year and we couldn't have done it without you.  If you haven't done a review and would like to, just click on Great NonProfits below.  It’s easy and it only takes a minute. Great Non Profits website to get started!
Help feed and care for rescued 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!

Read the story of this starved mare on our Our Work page.




KOMO Problem Solvers Visits Serenity
Komo Problem Solver Jamie Lynn came to Serenity the end of December to help us with our barn issues.  King County RDDES has given us a date of February 11, 2014 to apply for a permit along with plans for anchoring our barn.  For those of you who have gone through the permitting process with the County, you know this can be a dainting task!  Moreover, the fees can be enormous.  Please click on the link below to see the story.
Where are we now?
Because of our wonderful supporters who donated funds to cover our permit fees and help us with the money needed to "Raise our Barn"  we are now in a position to apply for our permit.
We have received enormous help from architect Jeffrey S. Skutley of
Skutley Architects.  Knowing your way around RDDES is a must.  We are so grateful for his help.
We will keep you posted on our progress on Facebook and the site.
A great big thank you to Jamie Lynn, our supporters and Jeff! 
 Winners of our Vacation Raffle - Robin and Mike Brooks.
Congratulations to Robin Brooks and her husband Mike pictured her with their horse Lil Sis.  Here is what Robin had to say. "I'm so excited to hear from you. This is just the best vacation we could have asked for. We are interested in the Marina Inn in Oceanside, California. Of course Maui would be a dream as well, but Oceanside is just perfect".  
Reese is Back! 
Our beautiful little Reese has returned to Serenity and is avilable for adoption.  Unfortunetly her owner had to move from her home and could not keep her.  Reese is a sweet little mare.  You can find out more about her on are Horses page.
Education Center News
Horsemanship Classes start Saturday, January 18th, 2014
Our horsemanship classes will be scheduled again January 18 of 2014.  There are 5 classes in the series; Horse Handling, Anatomy of the Horse, Horse Nutrition, Common Diseases and Ailmens, Equine Behavior and Body Language. Classes are $20 each or $100 for the series. Please click on Education Center for more information.
We have added a section called Your Horse's Health to our Website. Go to our Horse Health and Welfare page to see the September article on Laminitis. 
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 Saturday 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.