Casey's Safe Haven - A Holistic Horse Rescue

Call Sue at 815-762-1983 or Email: sueballa@caseyssafehaven.org

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Casey's Safe Haven is located within Field of Dreams Farm in Elburn, Illinois.  We are a non-profit volunteer organization operating solely on donations.  With generosity from animal lovers all around, we help our wonderful equine guests heal and find their forever homes.  

People helping HORSES helping People


Casey's Safe Haven | PO Box 103 | Elburn, IL 60119 | www.caseyssafehaven.org | info@caseyssafehaven.org

Registered Illinois Horse Rescue License #14155 | Approved Illinois Charitable Organization

Tax-Exempt 501(c) 3 Organization | Internal Revenue Service File #45-2865627

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A Christmas Story....

Autumn and Nemo have been Adopted!

Autumn (Knickers) has found her momma after 28 years! We had the greatest pleasure at Casey's Safe Haven to reunite them this past weekend. Watch the video HERE.  Please share this video.

We'll be adding new photos too!  Below are some pictures that Knicker's mom sent from Christmas.

Geneva Girls Scouts Go Sledding
​for Caseys Safe Haven

By CHARLES MENCHACA - cmenchaca@shawmedia.com
GENEVA – About 30 Girl Scouts on Saturday went sledding at the Fabyan Forest Preserve for a good cause.
     The Girl Scouts, representing various troops in Geneva, participated in a supply drive event called Sled for the Horses to benefit Casey's Safe Haven near Elburn.

The girls dropped off about 25 rolls of paper towels, 10 pounds of carrots, 20 pounds of sweet potatoes and a couple bottles of olive oil before they went sledding by the Fabyan Windmill.
     The food and supplies will help the horses and ponies at Casey's Safe Haven, which is a nonprofit holistic horse rescue. Brownie Troop 45 visited Casey's in November and hosted Saturday's event as part of a service project, said Autumn Caviness, leader of Brownie Troop 45 and troop coordinator at Williamsburg Elementary School in Geneva.
"The girls loved Casey's so much, they wanted to do this for the horses," Caviness said.

READ THE ARTICLE HERE!

Benefit Concert for Caseys


Thursday, April 30th -
Benefit Concert for Casey's

Brian Lavender Band at Cadillac Ranch, Bartlett.  More information to come. We have changed the venue - so watch for more info.

Check him out HERE