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ALL VEGAS HORSES / L.E.A.N.

No Unwanted Horses in southern Nevada

aka L.E.A.N. - Local Equine Assistance Network   |   Las Vegas, NV   |  www.LEANhorses.org
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ALL VEGAS HORSES / L.E.A.N.

EIN: 90-0877718


Mission

To provide sanctuary to Unwanted horses in southern Nevada. All Vegas Horses utilizes its LEAN program (Local Equine Assistance Network) to take in horses seized by local Animal Control agencies. These horses and donkeys receive medical and rehabilitative care in the homes of our approved fosters. L.E.A.N. does not have a physical ranch or sanctuary. All the horses are kept in private foster homes and cared for by the members of that foster's barn. Each foster gets the opportunity to take care of a horse until it is adopted or given a peaceful passing. 100% volunteer 501c3 organization.

Notes from the nonprofit

This month August 2022 is our 10-year anniversary since officially incorporating and achieving 501c3 status. We have spent the past decade rehabilitating 85 horses and donkeys, and rehoming nearly 80%. We remain a 100% volunteer and all-foster organization working diligently in our community to help solve the problem of neglected and abused equids, in cooperation with local Animal Control agencies. We have learned a tremendous amount in our 10 years, worked tirelessly and faithfully to accept as many horses as we can into the rescue while remaining fiscally responsible. We appreciate the trust our community has placed in our program and their support is what keeps us motivated and solvent. Although we accept new intakes only through Animal Control agencies, we receive no government funding. Our pictures tell the stories of our success, the triumphs and heartbreaks, and why we continue to work hard so these beautiful creatures may have a second chance.

Ruling year info

2013

Vice President & Medical Director

Kimberly Burton

President

Gwen Tucker

Main address

PO Box 750174

Las Vegas, NV 89136 USA

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EIN

90-0877718

Subject area info

Animal welfare

Population served info

Adults

NTEE code info

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

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Our programs

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L.E.A.N. Local Equine Assistance Network

This is the primary objective of All Vegas Horses, the program which enables us to utilizes a network of fosters, farriers, trainers, caregivers, and volunteers to provide everything needed to care for the abandoned or abused horses of Clark County, NV.

Population(s) Served
Adults

This acronym stands for "Has A Horse/Needs A Horse” – our database of people who either have a horse they can no longer keep, or people seeking a horse for which LEAN does not have a good match. Being able to match these types together results in more horses being placed into new homes before neglect or abandonment can occur. An easy online application for horse owners is available at our website’s Rehome Your Horse tab.

Population(s) Served
Adults

We are able to assist in circumstance of horses in distress when verified by a veterinary professional or Animal Control agent. Short term stipends for feed, assistance with urgent dental or farrier procedures, or humane euthanasia when warranted are examples. An application process and Board approval is required.

Population(s) Served
Adults

Where we work

Awards

Equine Philanthropic Award 2014/15 2015

LVCCDS

Approved Rescue 2022 2022

Adopt A Pet

Approved Rescue 2020 2020

Adopt A Pet

Top Rated Non Profit 2022 2022

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Approved Rescue 2019 2019

Adopt A Pet

Top Rated Non Profit 2018 2018

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Top Rated Non Profit 2019 2019

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Top Rated Non Profit 2020 2020

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Top Rated Non Profit 2021 2021

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Affiliations & memberships

Combined Federal Campaign 2014

Financials

ALL VEGAS HORSES / L.E.A.N.
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SOURCE: IRS Form 990

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Revenue & expenses

Fiscal Year: Jan 01 - Dec 31

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Balance sheet

Fiscal Year: Jan 01 - Dec 31

SOURCE: IRS Form 990 info

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Operations

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Vice President & Medical Director

Kimberly Burton

Kimberly is a licensed Veterinary Technician specializing in equine medicine. She developed the medical management and feed programs for all horses in the rescue's care. She is one of the original founders and handles all the medical care and husbandry protocols for each horse. She also sits on the Clark County Animal Advisory Committee as the Large Animal Representative.

President

Gwen Tucker

Gwen began volunteering for L.E.A.N. soon after incorporation and has sat on the Board for over a decade, in a variety of roles. She is an integral part of the organization, wearing many hats as needed: Event Director, Fundraising Lead, Foster assistance, volunteer leadership, and is our current President. She is a perfect example of the best type of volunteer - one with flexibility and determination, commitment, and longevity. We are a better organization for her consistent involvement.

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Officers, directors, trustees, and key employees

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Board of directors
as of 02/17/2024
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Nikki Walpole

Gwen Tucker

Dr. Linda Florence

Bailey Buist

Kimberly Burton

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