These very special days will serve women who are going through tests or treatment for cancer or who are cancer survivors.
Become a feed partner
PAH feeds tons of hay thanks to our Feed Partners and Champion Sponsors. Your support means the horses at PAH won't go hungry again!
From May - October PAH opens it's stable gates for schools and organizations who serve people who are 'in-need'.
Welcome to Peaceful Acres Horses
Please purchase this awesome shirt today and help feed a rescued horse or donkey at PAH
Just in time for chilly weather and Holiday shopping, PAH has this really cool hoodie for sale as a fundraiser to help feed the rescued equine residents at PAH.
Please purchase one...or a few... Our goal is to sell 75 shirts!
We can reach and exceed this goal!
Click here to purchase
Being diagnosed with cancer creates several challenges for the individual, physically, emotionally, financially and spiritually, just to name a few. Regaining ones strength and hope and reducing fears after treatment is difficult. Regaining your bearings and adjusting to life as a Thriver can be even harder.
This is where the importance of Rejuvenation Retreats can be up-lifting, encouraging and place hope back where fear had been taking up space.
"I often wondered how someone has the strength and courage to handle cancer. Then I was diagnosed with cancer, and I found my "Emotional Courage". I was once a volunteer at the PAH Rejuvenation Retreats, I am now a Thriving Participant and volunteer" ~ Carol
Peaceful Acres Horses is committed to the restoration of hope and building "Emotional Courage" for women after being diagnosed with a cancer diagnosis.
These special Rejuvenation Retreats offer women the comfort of being with others, who have understanding and empathy for the life changes that have taken place once they were diagnosed with cancer.
Hay for our horses!
To a horse or donkey who once was hungry, having fresh hay and a full belly is a dream come true. At Peaceful Acres Horses the rescued residents never feel hunger pains again, thanks to the generosity and compassion of people like YOU!
Peaceful Acres Horses purchases hay by the ton, and each tractor trailer load of hay weighs nearly 8 tons and costs $2500! This hay will last about 3 months, feeding breakfast, lunch and dinner to the rescues in our care. Will you please help us to purchase 2 tractor trailer loads of hay by making a contribution that not only will help PAH to fill the bellies of the rescued horses and donkeys, it will also put money into the wallets of local NY State farmers!
It's easy to help ~ Your contribution of $25 will purchase 4 bales of hay! Round it up to $100 and your contribution will purchase 16 bales - now that equals a bunch of meals for the rescues! Thank you for helping us to help the rescues to always feel full, happy and healthy!
Thank you for your support of Peaceful Acres Horses!
Join us at PAH for two hours where your group will have time to enjoy a picnic lunch and time to meet and interact with the horses and donkeys.
Please contact Nanci Beyerl, Founder & Executive Director to schedule your group's field trip to PAH.
518-887-3178 - office phone
Help Support A Resident Senior Horses
When horses and donkeys come into the care of Peaceful Acres Horses, the organization and all the people who provide for them make a life-long commitment and promise to them. The promise is for them to never feel hunger again and never to go without veterinary care or hoof trimming. The commitment to them is to love them, until death does us part, or if a new Guardian comes their way to give them a new home and a new family.
These promises and commitments certainly require a strong work ethic and a facility that can care for the individual needs of each rescue. Thanks to our very committed and qualified volunteers, everyday in sanctuary is a day the horses and donkeys know they are loved and respected!
What they also require are the feed, supplies and medical team to properly care for their health needs. This is where you, a person who is thinking about becoming a contributor to PAH can truly help in sustaining the life of a rescued resident.