Press Releases

Keep up with this page for the latest Veteran Rescue press releases.

Veteran Rescue, CFC 19270, 501c3 nonprofit charity

Animal Rescue & Veteran Support Services, Corp. DBA Veteran Rescue (Trademarked)

New location in Mt. Vernon, KY. For those who are interested:

It has come to my attention that we need to make our contact information easier to see:
Contact Christi Hubbard
Our Headquarters 407 330 8032

Our 990 EIN#32-0337515. We are 501c3 approved and tax exempt!  Please verify the person presenting the paperwork is on staff with Veteran Rescue. There are only a few of us. 

 We’re putting out daily articles that relate to what we do here.

For every client we’ve helped, for every volunteer who has helped out, we want to hear from you. Click this link


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Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)

CFC: 19270





Other Ways to Help

Check out our services in the menu above to get a better idea of what we can do for you! We have a shop that directly benefits our veteran programs. If you’re looking for a pet, be sure to keep up with our adoptable pets page. Our furry friends need homes! If you have a pet and don’t like the thought of boarding them while on vacation, be sure to check out our award-winning pet sitting and boarding services.
We are extremely excited/happy/proud to be accepting the art because of the sponsor John Otocka at Better View Window supports our Veterans. Denise I can’t wait to see the prints. This is a huge honor.

Since 2005 when we began, we have rescued over 40 cats, and 20 dogs including babies, 6 baby squirrels, 2 bunnies, and fish. We have adopted out all of them. We use the ones in our care in our programs with Veterans. We have completed 21 Home Repair Projects, We have assisted over 100 Veterans with their education, jobs, starting their own companies, and mentoring them.

We created our 1st company in 2008 and split into separate entities in 2011 and incorporated them both.

We’re up to 50 states donating via cfc for Animal Rescue & Veteran Support Services, Corp. Trade name Veteran Rescue ® THANK YOU! Together we are stronger. “A Warrior’s Sanctuary” Saves lives. Christian Tujo Melissa Vazquez Viral Dragon Tom Cruz Linzi Driver James Williamson Mark Myers Jack Pagano John Bazemore Robert Wilson……Working together last year getting the word out has really helped!! Thank you all to my wonderful volunteers. Final numbers have not arrived yet….But what’s in is enough to get our own facility. I’m looking at Lexington, KY and Waco Texas areas for our 1st ranch. I’m looking at Tampa, FL and McLean, VA areas for the 2nd ranch I open. Oregon has 1 too.

Wildcat’s Sanctuary and Ranch, Corp wins another award. A total of 16 awards. 9 for Wildcat’s. 7 for Veteran Rescue. WOW! All this in the past 7 years!

Thank you to everyone who shared our posts, who donated, who spread word of mouth referrals, thank you all! The hardest part of the battle has been overcome.


We are proud to have Heidi-Marie Ferren as part of our organization. Dedicated to helping others. Raising spirits. Thank you Heidi!!

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11/4/14 Look who’s in the news? Azure Matt Melissa Vazquez Animal Rescue & Veteran Support Services Trade name Veteran Rescue GFWC Temple Terrace Woman’s Club


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4/30/2014 – Veteran Rescue once again wins the Best of Lake Mary Award!



 Contact: Christi Hubbard


Phone: 407.967.8341


 ORLANDO, Florida (March 4, 2013) – Veteran, “A Warriors Sanctuary” is pleased to announce that the not-for-profit organization that assists veterans was recently given the use of 6 horses by a fellow veteran who boards them in Ellington, Florida (about 30 minutes from Tampa) to use for free trail rides for all active-duty and honorably discharged veterans who request this fun and therapeutic activity.

 “Any active or honorably discharged veteran is eligible to use these horses.” said founder Christi Hubbard.  “They can’t just show up, so we haven’t listed the address. All they have to do is contact us.  We are also kindly requesting donations from the public and patriotic companies so that we may expand this and other free veterans programs we offer. When you invest in our work to give veterans a better future, you become a big part in making our community stronger and healthier.”

 Any active veteran with an ID or honorably discharged veteran with a DD214 may contact Christi Hubbard at to arrange for their free trail ride. Eligible veterans will need to sign a one-time liability waiver on their first visit.  Available ride times are Monday-Friday after 4 p.m.ET or on weekends with a week’s notice provided. 

 Please visit to learn more about Veteran Rescue and this not-for-profit organization’s mission and services and to make your tax-deductible donation.

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Veteran Rescue © is dedicated to transforming the lives of wounded and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) U.S. veterans  through equine interaction, therapies training assistance, and job opportunities.  More information is available online at For additional information or to schedule an interview, please contact Founder Christi Hubbard at 407.967.8341 or Twitter: @veteranrescue – Facebook: 



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Veteran Rescue is awarded once again!

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