• Make a financial donation to LMHR by credit card through via LMHR’s PayPal account.  You can also mail a check or money order to the rescue:  Leilani Mae Horse Rescue, 9248 East Reeves Bridge Road, Linden, NC 28356.  Leilani Mae Horse Rescue is an IRS 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.  LMHR has zero paid employees and runs totally on donations from awesome people like you.  All donations are 100% tax deductible.
  • Adopt a horse from our program.  To view horses that are available for adoption go to the navigation bar at the top of the page, select “meet our herd” and then select “adoptable”.   For more information on a specific horse, or questions about the adoption process, please email us or contact us on our Facebook page.
  • Foster a horse in need.  LMHR covers the costs related to fostering a horse for LMHR.  For more information on our foster program, please email us or contact us on our Facebook page.
  • Volunteer.  Whether you are an experienced with horses or not there is always a way you can help at the rescue.  Leilani Mae Horse Rescue has ZERO paid employees and exists because of volunteers!
  • Donate feed or supplies.  We are always in need of Tribute Feeds – Kalm Ultra and Kalm ‘n EZ.  We feed our recuperating and senior horses beet pulp shreds.  Contact Debbie at 904-236-8928 for any urgently needed items and/or to arrange drop-off.  All donations are 100% tax deductible.
  • Promote Awareness! We have volunteers who can provide educational classes to your group.  We will also set up a table, and provide information to the public, at your event.  Contact Debbie at 904-236-8928 or 910-502-2088 for more information.

Be a part of Leilani Mae Horse Rescue’s mission and help save a horse from neglect, abuse or slaughter.  Add your voice to ours as we raise awareness for the voiceless!


4 thoughts on “How to Help Our Rescue Horses

  • July 29, 2016 at 10:36 am

    I am so thankful there is a horse rescue in the area of Fayetteville, NC. I did not know who to email about two horses I have been watching for the past few months who are in very bad circumstances. I was a horse owner for many years and always took care of my horses probably too well as some people said. I go to Angier NC on Chalybeth Springs Road at least twice a month. I have been watching this white horse it is either Appaloosa or paint not sure. This horse has been losing weight each time I go by. The pasture is sitting up on a steep hill in front of White house and it has wire fence. The hill sits right above the road. I slowed down yesterday and the ribs are all showing and the hip bones are prominent and muscle in hip is sinking in. They just added another horse to the little pasture which is a paint that did not look like it had much meat on it either. I did not bother to call Harnett County Animal Shelter because they do not persue to help animals just to euthanize at their facility within a couple of days. I dont know any horse rescue in the area and wanted to know if you have someone who could check on these horses. If you come from 401 and turn on Chalybeth Springs Road it is about 2 miles down the road going towards Angier the road directly across that is a cowfarm is Creekside Road and the Mailbox number for the people next door before this house is 1668 but only has the 68 on it. This home that has horses does not have a mailbox. By the looks of the driveway junk all over the yard.

  • August 1, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Hi first I would like to thank you for the wonderful work you all do!!!

    I would like information on volunteering and am available Fridays and Saturdays, if I don’t put in extra hours at work (hospice nurse).

    I would also like to bring in needed items: so please let me know what’s most urgent and I’ll get right to it, say $100.00 worth of food or other needed items. I do talk to store mgrs and owners and ask for discounts and most oblige.

    Thank you and I look forward to hearing from someone.

    • August 2, 2016 at 5:11 pm

      Hi Yahira! Thank you for your interest in volunteering! We are always happy to have volunteers and look forward to meeting you. If you give Debbie a call or message through the rescue’s Facebook page you can coordinate a time to come out for a quick tour and meet the horses. There’s a volunteer release that’s required to be signed before being allowed onto the rescue’s property. You can download it and print it out from this site before you head out. There is a list of items needed at the bottom of this website, but generally stall bedding (pine shavings), horse treats and salt blocks are always needed. We also use beet pulp shreds to feed our senior horses and horses going through refeeding programs. Depending on what’s going on at the rescue sometimes we can use medical-type exam gloves, vet wrap, 4×4 gauze pads (or larger) etc. I’ll share your info with Debbie and when you contact her to volunteer she can give you a more up-to-date list of needed items. Debbie’s cell 904-236-8928 or leilanimaerescue@lives.com. LMHR Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LeilaniMaeHorseRescue/ Thanks again!


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