We donate a portion of our profits to horse rescues and children’s therapeutic riding centers.
Rainbow Meadows teams up with Painted Pony Package
Sedan, Kan. – Nearly everyone has known a horse-crazy girl at some point in their life, and now the perfect gift is available for her. Painted Pony Package (http://paintedponypackage.com) offers a monthly horse-themed package for girls to enjoy and learn about a variety of horse-related subjects. Packed with 6-8 items specifically chosen to both entertain and educate, the packages are a sure hit for any young horse lover.
Just as exciting is the fact the Painted Pony Package company has partnered up with Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc., selecting the rescue as a recipient of a portion of the proceeds from the box sales. That means that for every subscription, the rescued horses at Rainbow Meadows will benefit.
“We were so extremely touched that Painted Pony Package reached out to us with the proposal of selecting Rainbow Meadows as recipient of some of their proceeds, as well serving as inspiration for package content,” says Karen Everhart, executive director. “What a wonderful opportunity to be part of a great initiative that not only offers a fantastic fundraising opportunity but also gives back to rescue horses.”
Dedicated to the rescue of abused, neglected and unwanted horses, Rainbow Meadows is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) public charity located in Sedan, Kan. It currently houses more than 40 rescues, all of which are available for adoption through a process designed to ensure that the horse goes to a safe and caring “forever” home. Rainbow Meadows also actively works to educate current and potential horse owners on how to provide quality care for their horses.
Rainbow Meadows was established in 2005, and was the first Kansas horse rescue to be verified by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (www.sanctuaryfederation.org/gfas). In addition to its rescue services Rainbow Meadows also offers a retirement program for individuals wishing to retire their horses to the ranch. All services provided by the rescue are funded entirely by gifts and donations. For more information, call (620) 725-3402 or visit www.rainbowmeadowsranch.com.