Saving Grace Farm Charitable Foundation was incorporated in 2009 and received 501(c)(3) designation in 2010. Our mission is to create high quality, violence-free lives for horses, with a home for all. We hope to foster increased understanding of responsible ownership, humane care, and the need for non-violent interactions with horses.
Everyone Stays Happy
Time for A Change
Saving Grace Farm is registered as a Charitable Organization in the state of Pennsylvania. The official registration and financial information of Saving Grace Farm Charitable Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1.800.732.0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. In addition, Saving Grace Farm’s 501(c)(3) determination letter, Form 1023 and our recent 990 forms are available, upon request.
We build lasting relationships
The Horses We Serve
“Horses mold lives - I’ve seen it again and again. They make me a better person, a better leader, a better mother, partner, and friend. Don’t they deserve all I can give them?”Sherry DeitrichSGF President & Founder
In addition to riding, Nicole’s other passion is her job. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Wilkes University and works as a Financial Advisor and partner in the Mackey-O’Malley group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.
The mission of Saving Grace Farm is to offer a program of equine rescue and education for physically or psychologically abused, neglected, or abandoned horses and to provide rehabilitation, retraining, and placement for horses into permanent homes. Our program is designed to educate individuals on proper handling, riding, and caring techniques for horses. In support of these efforts, Saving Grace Farm employs and promotes Monty Roberts Natural Horse Training methods by our certified technicians. Saving Grace Farm seeks to develop more rewarding partnerships between humans and equines through better understanding, adoration and education.