A 501c3 public charity allows all Donations to be Tax Deductible
To help, please contact Joyce at 951-4937 or Nonie at 659-4657
Last Stop Horse Rescue is in need of a TRUCK to haul our horse trailer. Currently we are using my Jeep Liberty. Please help us to transport horses safely. We are a rescue that the State of Maine Animal Welfare calls to meet with them to help with seizures and surrenders. We travel to our vet for appointments and also for emergencies transport. A truck is needed!
Due to our 501c3 non profit charity status with the federal government, the market value of a donated truck qualifies as a full deduction on federal income taxes.
We plan on preparing our field in Lee Maine for haying. Need someone with a round baler to come and make round bales after the fields are ready for baling.
Volunteers to help with projects around the rescue, and brushing the horses.
Sometimes we need help unloading a trailer of donated hay. We would be so appreciative if we had people we
could call if we needed help.
Horse Feeds: Bags of Hay Stretcher, Sweet feed horse grain, corn oil for top dressings.
Bug spray for horses.
Absorbine brand horse size fly masks with ears to protect the horses from biting flies.
Mineral blocks for the horses to lick.
Pine Shavings for stalls
Manure Fork, rakes, Shovel
4x4 Pick up Truck to haul rescue's donated horse trailer.
Trailer for hauling hay - ramp for tractor
Small utility trailer for small loads of hay..Thank you Terry Blanchard for the donation of a PERFECT trailer!
Donations to help toward the purchase of building materials for a 12x20 run in shelter for the
horses at the rescue. Volunteers needed to help build run in shelters.
Tarp Buildings/shelter logic style ...Thank you Marie Blanchard, Ann Sterling and Shelter Logic for donation tarp buildings!
Help with haying in July! Hay field is located in Lee. Thank you all who helped with haying in the fields..2011 and 2012!
Use of a Tractor with PTO to run the cutter and baler. Volunteers with pickups or trailers to
help pick up hay from the fields. Thank you Scott and Shelly Arthers, Cheryl and Bill Griswal and Glenn ODonel ..summer 2012
Owners of Barns in the area of Prentiss that would allow us to store hay for the horses.
All donations, and “In kind Donations” are tax deductible. In Kind Donations are items that are
donated to the rescue, and are given a receipt of value for tax purposes.