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.
To learn more visit http://veteranrescue.org
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.