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Lorrin Maughan
Lorrin Maughan campaign leader

Save Horses; Keep Serenity Equine Rescue & Rehabilitation Alive!

Today Jamie Lynn of KOMO4 News, and her photographer Poppy, did a story on Serenity - the link is below. We are at risk of being another casualty of the tough economy and need donations urgently. PLEASE share this story widely and encourage people to support our work. If you can donate and/or volunteer, WE NEED YOU.

Link to the story - (


Link to our donation page - either donate via this Cause or directly. NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL - (


Link to our volunteer page - ANY help is VERY welcome! - (




Thank you so much to the anonymous donor who just donated $50 to the cause!

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Winter is always a hard time for horse rescues in Washington State, and it's no exception at Serenity Equine Rescue & Rehabilitation in Maple Valley. The short days, relentless rain and wind storms stretch our limited volunteer resources to the limit. Add to that the need to ensure our rescues - including our geriatric ladies - are well fed to enable them to fight the cold and stay healthy.…

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We are asking all our supporters to donate $10 each, to help us raise money to pay off vet and feed bills. If every one of us gives just $10 (two lattes!), Serenity could feed the rescue horses for a month. Today is our Founder's birthday - since she started Serenity Patricia has given tirelessly of her time, personal resources and love in order to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome these wonderful…

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Few animals inspire such love in our hearts as do horses. Their majesty, grace, power and sensitivity remind us of all that is good and noble in the world. But in today's world of selfishness and greed, many of these wonderful creatures are neglected and abused. The lucky ones make it to places like Serenity, where they can be nursed back to physical and emotional health in a safe environment…

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