"We are making a difference one horse at a time."
Forgotten Angels Equine Rescue is a 501c3 non-profit organization located in Medford, NJ formed in 2011 by Darlene Supnick. Our mission is to rescue horses from slaughter auctions and negligent situations. The rescue is made up solely of volunteers. Please consider volunteering, donating, or attending one of our events.
We are continuously raising funds to rescue horses that are standing in kill pens.
Urgent and immediate needs are always posted on our Facebook page. To help with this lifesaving endeavor, we need funds for quarantine, medical funds, vaccines, farrier and dentistry.
The easiest part of pulling these horses is paying their slaughter price to the kill broker. Once they get pulled off the lot it costs us an average of $700 in the first 30 days.
There are many ways to help consider volunteering your time either by helping with the chores and grooming at the rescue or by hosting a fundraising event.
On January 24, 2019 Darlene Supnick, President of the rescue testified at the New Jersey Senate for bill S-455. It was sponsored by Senators Dawn Addiego and Troy Singleton. The bill passed unanimously in the senate and house. Congratulations to everyone involved!