RESCUE.
REHABILITATE.
RETRAIN.
REHOME.

Vision, Mission Statement & Core values

Vision – Envisioning a world where no horse needs to be rescued.

Our mission is to improve the lives of equines by educating and helping owners, assisting law enforcement agencies, rehabilitating abused and neglected equines, and placing them into safe, permanent homes.

BEHS strives to achieve our mission by building a welcoming, transparent environment.

ENTIRE VISION, MISSION STATEMENT & CORE VALUES

mission Statement & Core values

Our mission is to improve the lives of equines by educating and helping owners, assisting law enforcement agencies, rehabilitating abused and neglected equines, and placing them into safe, permanent homes.

BEHS strives to achieve our mission by building a welcoming, transparent environment.

ENTIRE MISSION STATEMENT & CORE VALUES

History of BEHS

BEHS was formed in March 2005 by a group of horse enthusiasts who felt there was a need for a new rescue to help horses and other equines throughout Texas and Arkansas. The new organization was publicly announced on March 12th by President Jennifer Williams as an introduction to her talk entitled “How Rescues Help Unwanted Horses” at the American Quarter Horse Association’s annual convention in St. Louis, MO.

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BEHS Staff

BEHS Officers, Directors, and Volunteer Staff are listed below, along with links to more information about many staff positions and the people currently filling each role. If you are interested in filling one of the open positions, please Contact Us.

Volunteer Staff
Executive Staff
Board of Directors

Code of Ethics

As a matter of fundamental principle, the nonprofit and philanthropic community should adhere to the highest ethical standards. The public trust in charitable organizations is the foundation of their legitimacy and reputation. Donors and volunteers support charitable organizations because they trust them to carry out their missions, to be good stewards of their resources, and to uphold rigorous standards of conduct. Organizations are built upon people- volunteers, staff, board members, and executive leadership. Each person must continually demonstrate their ongoing commitment to the core values of the organization. Commitment to ethical and professional conduct is expected of everyone.

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Bylaws & Policies

BEHS Bylaws and Policies are intended for BEHS business only and should not be altered or reproduced without written permission from BEHS.

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Financial Information

Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization certified by the IRS. All 501c3 organizations are required to make their financial information available to the public. Anyone wishing additional information about the financial state of the organization may contact the BEHS treasurer.

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CONTACT BEHS

The directors, officers and staff at BEHS understand that our members and other supporters are the heart of our organization. We strive to ensure that your experience within our organization is enjoyable and fulfilling. We encourage any comments, feedback or suggestions on how we’re doing.

  • Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society
    P.O. Box 632 College Station, TX 77841-0632

Phone: (888) 542-5163

Adoption Information: adoptioncounselor@bluebonnetequine.org

Financial Information: treasurer@bluebonnetequine.org