Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary, Inc., is a horse rescue and adoption facility in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, founded in 2008. We are a 501 (c) (3) organization, so donations qualify as tax deductions. Our sole purpose is to offer a safe haven for unwanted, abused or neglected horses: shelter, nutrition, vet and farrier care, and most importantly - unconditional love and attention. Amazing Grace Equine Sanctuary provides services to surrendered horses regardless of the previous owners' circumstances.
Our facility is dedicated to the rehabilitation of these magnificent animals, when possible, to their fullest physical and mental potential. Our goal, once overall health, well-being and soundness of a horse is accomplished, is to assess them for possible placement and adoption to a qualified owner.
Horses eat a lot, so help us pay the bills! Donations keep us operating and so […]
We have horses looking for their forever homes. You can save a life! Turn an unwanted […]
We need you! Can you help us take care of our horses? Let’s talk! Training provided. […]
AGES recently received a $4,000 grant from the ASPCA ® (American Society for the Prevention of […]
Beau, a beautiful mare, is our newest arrival. She endured a too-small halter for too long and it became embedded in her skin causing severe pain and infection. After a hospital stay, she came home to AGES and is able to eat and is doing well. Want to help with her considerable vet bills? Click on "donate now."
Mark your calendar, the date is set! Hope for Hooves will take place on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 11 to 5 at AGES. Watch this page for more information as it’s available. Right now, we're looking for donations of items appropriate for our silent auction and sale. Call or e-mail if you can help. And please, Wisconsin people, download this poster, print some copies and post it everywhere you can.
The latest edition of our newsletter is online now. Check it out here: June 2015 Grace Notes (PDF file) and read all about our annual Hope for Hooves fund-raiser on Aug. 22. Mark that calendar now!