Girl Scouts magically turn cookies into hay!

Girl Scouts magically turn cookies into hay!

Girl Scout Troop 42212 of Redmond, WA visited Safe Harbor Stables when they were thinking about a nonprofit to support with their cookie sales and they fell in love with SAFE. To say these girls are enthusiastic about horses is an understatement. They enjoyed their...
Herd Health Recap 2018

Herd Health Recap 2018

If there’s one thing we’re really proud of here at SAFE, it’s our Herd Health program. Most of the horses we take in didn’t received proper vet care or nutrition in their previous lives, so there is a lot we need to do to return them to good health. When a horse first...
SAFE Survives the Snowpocalypse!

SAFE Survives the Snowpocalypse!

The past two weeks have been a challenge to say the least, but after four snowstorms and more than two feet of snow, we’re happy to say we’re still here!  The twenty‐two horses currently at Safe Harbor Stables, who range in age from 3 months old to almost 30,...
Events Recap 2018

Events Recap 2018

It costs a great deal of money to run an organization like SAFE, and some people might be surprised to know that we receive no funding whatsoever from government at any level. We rely on public donations to pay the bills and keep the lights on. Fundraising can take...
Board of Directors Recap 2018

Board of Directors Recap 2018

The 2018 SAFE Board of Directors is an exceptional group of people who volunteer their skills, time, and expertise to making SAFE a strong and vital nonprofit organization. Our Board of Directors is entrusted with three key responsibilities for SAFE: advocacy,...
Volunteer Recap 2018

Volunteer Recap 2018

Most nonprofits rely on the strength of their volunteer program to succeed, and SAFE is no exception. We’ve been building a volunteer program for the past 10 years, and it’s something we’re super proud of. But the work never stops, and there’s never a lack of things...