For more than 20 years, volunteers at Maryland’s Days End Farm Horse Rescue have worked with abused and neglected equines to help them find a better life. The prominent rescue will be recognized for its work at the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) awards luncheon in New York City this November.
With so many equine rescues in operation, and many going under due to mismanagement, Days End’s long history is a testament to the sound practices of the organization. They have received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, an organization that evaluates non-profit organizations based on their financial responsibility and their prospects for continuing to operate in the future.
The Henry Bergh Award is given to a person or organization who “not only works on behalf of animals, but also galvanizes those around him or her to contribute to the care and well being of animals.”
Learn more at www.aspca.org