Corinna* came to Sunkissed Acres at 16 years old and has remained part of Lori's growing family for 2 years. This gentle soul had been out of the public school system and a home environment for more than 7 years when she arrived on the farm.Read More
Carlo* was very young when he came to Sunkissed Acres, and very small for his age. He was shy, and a child who we would all consider likely to fall through the cracks through no fault of his own. He is one 8 children who with his 6 siblings were placed into the foster care system and different homes when their infant sibling died without cause.Read More
Sunkissed Acres Equine Rescue and Retirement will be hosting a low cost gelding and wellness clinic on Saturday November 18th, 2017.
The fee for gelding is $35 and includes a tetanus shot. Routine Veterinary services, and quality of life assessments will be offered to those with demonstrated financial need. All services are by appointment only, and must be scheduled prior to November 17th. Appointments will be offered until filled, so please reserve your time early.
The growth in numbers of at-risk youth is troubling, especially since state budgets for programs to address the many facets that lead to the cause have been shrinking as fast as the numbers have grown. In the decades prior, the military was option and often provided the structure, discipline and family-like bonds that could be so valuable to help change these young lives for the better, that option, however, is dwindling:Read More
On behalf of our Director, Lori Yonts, and the entire Sunkissed Acres organization, we are so pleased to share that Sunkissed Acres Equine Rescue and Retirement, Inc. has been awarded a generous grant from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. (ASPCA).Read More