South Carolina Awareness and Rescue for Equines
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SCARE and our ongoing efforts to help horses in need has always been and continues to be supported by those who share in our vision."To ensure that all equines live in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment."  ... More ...

SCARE and our ongoing efforts to help horses in need has always been and continues to be supported by those who share in our vision."To ensure that all equines live in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment." 

With more and more horses coming into the program, it is getting harder every day to keep the vet and farrier bills paid and the horses fed.

We are a federally recognized public non-profit organization with 501(c)3 status. As an all Volunteer organization with no paid staff positions, we aim to ensure all equines in the State of South Carolina live in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment by being dedicated to our mission. Our efforts are funded solely through public donations and private funds. We are dedicated to providing public awareness and education concerning the welfare of equines, and to work with county Humane Society Chapters, Animal Control Offices and Law Enforcement Offices in South Carolina to guarantee the welfare and safety of all equines in the state. S.C.A.R.E., Inc. assists in the investigation of equine abuse and/or neglect cases in South Carolina and will provide responsible foster/ adoptive homes and quality rehabilitative care for equines in need.

We are also grateful for any non-monetary donations, such as gently used tack, vitamins, minerals, supplements, ointments, hay and feed, which we accept at our main facility:

312 Shetland Lane

Lexington SC, 29079

Your donations are critical to help us in our mission. 

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