This is who we are
Greetings from Gabby’s Sanctuary ARK (GSA), February 2019, marked the 7th year for us being incorporated as a not-for-profit. Gabby’s Sanctuary ARK (GSA) was established in 2008 and incorporated in 2012. GSA is an organization that assists and employs Disabled Veterans and low-income students. GSA is also a horse rescue operation that supports the STEM Agricultural Exploration LAB in Lancaster Independent School District. We provide Disaster Relief for horses during times of flooding, hurricanes and other emergencies. We also provide training to horses and to horse owners. We provide innovative solutions to create partnerships between businesses and the community to aid in the rescue and rehabilitation of animals. We thank the Lancaster School District for making this possible.
Some of what we’re doing
We are currently working with a student that has been accepted into Johnson and Wales University in Providence Rhode Island with a major in Equine Science. Another success story is a student that is applying to a university to become a Marine Biologist. We have had Cedar Valley College students enrolled in the veterinarian tech program to benefit from our program. We hope we can assist more students in Animal Science field.
Some of what we’ve done
Throughout those seven years we have been able to not only assist other horse owners with their horses, but provide yard sales that provided school supplies and bikes and more to so many people over the years. GSA has held multiple and various events to garner support from the community. As we look forward to our future and we hope to continue the work that we have started.
We would like to thank all our supporters for making this possible. We have 13 horses at the barn now with two new arrivals Rusty and Einstein, being the new boys on the block. They are both from Fairfield, Texas and needed a temporary home for the months of February and March. We have enjoyed their stay with us and can’t continue to do this without your help.
Just in case
Also, if you see or find an abused horse, cat or dog. Please contact the local authorities or SPCA and have them investigate the case. This is the proper channel to go through first. These are some examples of horses that have been helped.
Please feel free to drop by and meet some of the horses. Once again, thank you all for making the past seven years wonderful for GSA!