Allegiance Ranch & Equine Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization rescuing and rehabilitating at-risk horses and offering equine-assisted support programs for veterans, first responders, and their families. Rescue horses often come to us traumatized and afraid, and often in physical and emotional pain. We do not rescue and rehome horses as quickly as possible; our goal is to return horses to health, physically and emotionally, and to help them learn that humans can be trustworthy to encourage meaningful connections with people. We do this by providing patient, kind, and loving care, and through giving horses the opportunity to work with veterans, first responders, their families, and our wonderful volunteer community. What this approach means is that our rescue horses often live at the ranch for awhile. Healing can take time. While we prepare horses for long-term, meaningful relationships and hopefully a new forever home, we provide the best possible care. This includes hay, which is the main staple of their diet. It costs upwards of $10,000 annually to provide enough hay for all of the equine residents on the ranch. WE NEED YOUR HELP TO FILL THE HAY BARN.