We depend fully on donations of time by horse lovers, money from generous benefactors and adopters, materials and supplies from generous vendors, pastures and facilities by landowners, veterinary services from generous practitioners and services of volunteers.
Pleasant Valley Rescue Ranch is 100% volunteer run and relies solely on its volunteers for the care of the horses, maintenance of the facilities, and all administrative duties.
Some volunteer activities require that you must be 18 or older. Volunteers younger than 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and have signed a waiver while volunteers 16 and over can volunteer with just a signed waiver.
A major part of PVRR's Mission is to find new homes for unwanted horses. The new homes must be suitable from a shelter perspective and the adopter must have the financial resources and desire to care for a horse or horses. PVRR will inspect adopter facilities and interview prospective adopters to assure to the best of our ability that a proper fit exists between the adopter and prospective adoptee horse. For those adoption relationships that are not successful, PVRR will graciously take back the horse or horses to the ranch.