September 28th, 2017. The day Ruby’s Home for Good received our letter from the state of Texas recognizing us as a nonprofit corporation. Well before that the process started and this was a milestone that we had worked so hard for. After several stymied attempts at selecting a name we finally had the approval of the state to move forward.
We are so proud of what we have accomplished and look forward with excitement to where we are going. Thank you to everyone for your support. We can’t wait to share our progress with you.
On Wednesday Ruby had a visit from Jason and Meagan of the Conroe Courier. Our sweet Ruby was ready to greet our guests as they prepared to learn about our organization. Sitting around a table in an open pasture, we were given the opportunity to tell our story to Meagan, who was not only excited to hear what we had to say, but was already incredibly prepared to ask us challenging and exciting questions. This morning’s coffee was complimented nicely by seeing Ruby on the home page of the Courier web site. Clicking into the article could not happen fast enough! The first thing you see is the gallery. Jason did an incredible job capturing the essence of Ruby. Be sure to check out the full gallery. Meagan’s report was insightful, and true to our mission and message. We thoroughly enjoyed the conversation and time she spent with us.
Read the full article here.
Woodlands Online has been a go to resource for information about our home, The Woodlands, TX. We are pleased to say that this fantastic organization has helped us publish our formation announcement.
A big thank you to to the staff there that reviewed the submission and fixed the things I couldn’t get quite right! Great job!! We are so happy to be associated with them.
We are proud to have our formation announcement published in the Patch, Woodlands edition. A great site and newletter with up to date information about our community and surrounding area.
Read our announcement here.
We are a Texas based nonprofit with federal 501(c)(3) status. Formed in 2017 and soon after adopting our first horse and organization namesake, Ruby, we are dedicated to wellness and permanence of at risk horses and helping our local veterans and their families deal with trauma experienced while serving our country.