Horse Rescue Purchases Victoria Secrets With Donations From the link. The Central Coast Equine Rescue and Retirement (CCERR) was founded in 2012. The latest, 2015, shows revenue of just over $100,000. In a supplemental schedule, the CCERR explained to the IRS “The non profit spent $74,458 in 2015 on boarding, feed and care of its horses. THe non profit (Wounded Warriors Support Group) contributed $108,689 to Central Coast Equine. CCE relies on WWSG for all of its funding to pay its bills. We provide and offer these received horses to WWSG for the healing of physically and mentally wounded veterans. We are working together.” The WWSG had no such therapy program for wounded veterans.