Lifeline Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation, Inc. is a volunteer-based equine welfare organization in Gaithersburg that serves as a community resource for connecting horses in need to people who can help them. We provide help for abused, neglected, and/or unwanted horses via rescue, rehabilitation, retraining, and rehoming.
In addition, we strive to prevent abuse and neglect through educational programs and community outreach. We also look to give back to the community by means of interaction with the rescued horses. The populations we aim to serve include underprivileged children, veterans, military, first responders, and victims of abuse.
Lifeline Horse Rescue is always looking for volunteers to help around the farm. We welcome groups for specific projects or individual volunteers in our basic horse care program. We are approved by Montgomery County Public Schools for Student Service Learning (SSL). Our volunteers may earn SSL hours, work toward an internship or honors project, gain experience working with large animals, or fulfill other community volunteer requirements.