We are in the final stages of securing a property to become our permanent home! As we put the finishing touches on the details we are asking for your support to help us get to the next level and begin our Veterans’ horsemanship program. Financial support and in-kind donations are being sought to get our new facility completed. For more details on what we need visit our Building Our Home for Good page.
Our current fundraiser is in full swing! We have raised $5,250 of our $20,000 goal. We have a way to go but are confident you will help us get there. As an added convenience, we have started a GoGundMe page to raise a portion of our goal.
Welcome to Ruby’s Home for Good!
Ruby’s Home for Good was founded in September 2017 after meeting our first rescue horse and organization namesake, Ruby. Ruby, a wild mustang captured in New Mexico from public land by the Bureau of Land Management and destined for slaughter like tens of thousands of American horses each year.
Ruby’s Home for Good has three distinct objectives:
• Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation
• Horsemanship Education
• Community Outreach
We believe in the power of helping others and the transformative benefits of doing so. We create lasting change by providing a safe haven that fosters wellness and builds lasting relationships between horses and humans . Rather than utilizing a direct therapy approach, we employ the proven benefits of being outdoors, engaging in physical activities, helping others, and horsemanship endeavors, to facilitate personal growth in a nonthreatening environment.
We strive to be a resource to help both those veterans who have served our country and these horses that have been poorly served by humans by creating an environment where they can form unique, mutually beneficial relationships.
We are proud to hold a Silver rating with Guidestar.org, the largest source of information on nonprofits.