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Why we help Veterans

We hold events, share news that helps others, write business books to help Veterans transitioning, pay for education classes, help Veterans start their own companies and pay for that, pay to repair homes, feed those in need, drive them to appointments in addition to our main program of animal assisted therapy, recreational therapy, equine therapy, rescue animals in need and pair them with Veterans. Our adoption guidelines are strict to keep everyone safe and alive. We hold fundraisers, apply for grants, and do so much more for those in our community. We are ” A Warrior’s Sanctuary” and we do this to “Save A Life”!

Our videos show current and former clients who were willing to be videotaped or photographed. They show our sponsors, Miss USO, and pets we’ve helped.

As the Team page shows, my board is mainly Veterans who believe on our cause. It also shows why I do what I do. I come from a long line of Veterans including my dad who fought in Korea. I have first hand knowledge of how animals help save lives.

I strongly believe we can reduce suicide rates, divorce rates, and burn-out by utilizing Veteran Rescue programs. The Veterans came to me and asked for these programs. They told me what worked for them, what didn’t, what the VA had done for them, and most important the wait time needed. That’s why I operate on a nationwide basis to assist them.

My sons believe in the cause so much that one of them attended an event 2 hours away just days after having brain surgery to remove a tumor. He had a head full of stitches, but he came. That was shocking but it meant the world to me. You can see his picture on the Press Release page. The Tampa Tribune covered that event.

Veteran Rescue now needs help to get more people sharing our content, liking our pages, donating to our programs, our cause, our needs. I hear all the time I had no idea you were even out there because we need more exposure. Please help us in our time of need as we have helped so many of you.

Christi Hubbard


CFC 19270

Looking to hire talent

Animal Rescue & Veteran Support Services Trade name Veteran Rescue is hiring Strong Talent.…/veteran-resc…/looking-hire-talent

Veteran Rescue is looking for a professional “heavy hitter” fundraiser to obtain funding for the 501c3 nonprofit and their salary comes from that money. Inquiries send to

Our programs are nationwide and so long as the fundraiser is achieving results, they can be located anywhere. Virginia, Texas and Florida preferred because our ranch once enough funds arrive will be in one of those states.  Benefits will be obtained after a steady flow of income, sponsorships, and donors are achieved.



Emergency funding needed

Veteran Rescue bought 41 acres in Mount Vernon Kentucky which turned out to be inaccessible and not as advertised. We contacted the land company and they have refused a refund. They offered a trade to a remote property more expensive with no electric, water, trees, homes, or anything. We can’t afford that.

Veteran Rescue’s current location has just 30 days left before everyone is on the streets. Due to the current economy, loss of wages from 3 different people living here, we can no longer pay our current bills.

I have personally applied for other jobs to help out, but am “over qualified”. The Girl Scouts have been providing our animal food and supplies needed to operate. We can’t thank them enough.

Veteran Rescue has no current sponsors funding our programs, and our fundraisers are not raising any money. We do have a 5k race on November 12th in Lake Mary which we encourage people to sign up for.

Veteran Rescue is in desperate need of funding to relocate.  We thank you for any assistance provided.

Ground Breaking on Facility Begins

We break ground on our property for our new facility next weekend, July 22, 2017. We are clearing, taping, fencing, building sheds with sleeping lofts, cabins in just 2 days.

We are meeting with Governor’s Office, VA, and hopefully our Senator there as well on Monday July 24th.

We are accepting donations from the Girl Scouts on Sat July 29th.

We are meeting with our co-host for the 5k race event that weekend too.

Veteran Rescue is a very small nonprofit with very limited funds incoming via CFC 19270.

We are in need of handy volunteers that can work with construction type tools, help put up walls of wood, mix concrete and more. We are in need of items on our donations page to be donated and delivered to us.

The very basic cost of this relocation and ground breaking is $15,000. This includes food for people and animals, bills due, tools needed, and supplies to be purchased.

We operate nationwide and have our Headquarters in Florida relocating to Kentucky.  Please donate, whether it’s in kind needs on our list or cash, or your body volunteering onsite in Kentucky. Please let us know if you’re going to be there so we can expect you. We sincerely appreciate all that our supporters do for us in our time of need.


Christi Hubbard,                                                                                         Owner/President                                                     


2017 calendar planners

I have 200 2017 calendar planners. 

135 large version of Always believe in yourself,




17 small version of Always believe in yourself,






37 large version pyscodelic cover.





Our 501c3 nonprofit organization Veteran Rescue is accepting donations. Perfect for college students enrolled in Summer and Fall, business people organizing their day, high school students, doctors offices, attorneys,  and other charities organizing their days and events. These retail for $20 plus tax in stores, get yours here today for 100% tax deductible receipt.

Contact me for pickup, delivery or mail. or IM on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Goodreads, and more.

Virginia Events

Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 8AM. Tickets are still available.

Who in Virginia area is going to accept the challenge? Raise funds for charity. Monster Mash SEAL Challenge.

Veteran Rescue is proud to support this worthy charity hosting the event.

Hosted by

Volunteer Representatives Needed in VA, KY, FL

#VeteranRescue is looking for assistance from the following states/areas:

#Virginia #VirginiaBeach Veteran Rescue is looking for supporters and/or clients to represent us at events such as the #SamWeltyBarCrawl, June 10, 2017 onsite artist auctions, #TributeMural Dedication ceremony, video PSA airing on Facebook and websites. This includes #CFC speeches or events.  CFC is Sept-Dec.

#Kentucky #Lexington #MountVernon Veteran Rescue is looking for supporters and/or clients to represent us at events such as the Foundation Building of our new facility, this includes volunteers helping us install fencing, barns, and more. Special events we hold or attend in the area. This includes CFC speeches or events. CFC is Sept-Dec. 

#Florida #Tampa #Orlando #Jacksonville Veteran Rescue is looking for supporters and/or clients to represent us at events such as the CFC speeches or events. CFC is Sept-Dec.

Animal Rescue & Veteran Support Services Trade name Veteran Rescue to confirm or sign up.

Impact Statement

Veteran Rescue’s original goal was to always have a ranch for veterans to use, for equine therapy, to relax, refocus and re-energize themselves. Now, 6 years after its inception,  Christi Hubbard has purchased 41 acres in Rockcastle County, Kentucky for Veteran Rescue to use!! Now we build as donations arrive. I can’t thank you enough for all your support.

The Girl Scouts provided for our rescue pet needs for the rest of the year!! Way to go Annabelle. FY 2017.

Gwendolyn Franson provided the funds to purchase the property along with the CFC. FY 2017.

Cargill provided the funds to purchase a truck to pull our horse trailers, haul heavy loads, our trailer with a smoker, and drive all over the property without getting stuck! FY 2017.

The CFC also provided funds for Veterans starting their own business needs, TBI person needs, Home Repair projects, and rescued pets needs. FY 2014-2017.

Together we were able to make the dream a reality. No more renting out ranches!!

This is where you come in. We need your help to put buildings on this ranch. To put in a well, septic, barn, and cabins.

With the ranch, Veteran Rescue can be 100% operational. Our main goal has always been to assist veterans overcome the challenges they may face coming back from deployment or dealing with PTSD. With this ranch, we can reach out further and help pair human and animal together – to heal, to form companionship and to rejuvenate the spirit.
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While many people serving in our military come home fine to their families, some come back with varying trauma. These brave warriors can face post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sometimes homelessness, joblessness and problems with drugs and alcohol.  This is where Veteran Rescue comes in. Since 2011, Veteran Rescue has dedicated hard work into caring for the veterans and active military that face these issues every day. We want them to know that they are not alone and that help is available.

Veteran Rescue is embarking on an ambitious project to keep serving our veterans.  We receive calls and referrals from other organizations but our current facility is way too small to accommodate the needs of everyone.