Our wellness groups are accessible, fun and supportive but require no on-going commitment. Attending a group wellness workshop is an easy way to de-stress, practice justbeing, and enjoy horse-time while connecting with others.
We are very pleased to share very positive early results from our new suicide crisis intervention! REACH (Rapidly Engaging Adolescents in Crisis with Horses) is innovative and effective, helping quickly stabilize teens in distress by partnering them with horses and teaching them useful DBT coping skills.
Project Horse is a volunteer-led nonprofit, and our horses and economically-challenged clients rely on the generosity of donors like you to help support programs.
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GiveChoose by donating to any Loudoun nonprofit. Early giving has started and it culminates with 24 hours of online giving on Tuesday May 7!
Our goal is to raise $9,000! Every dollar you donate, up to the first $4,000, will be matched by a generous match challenge. Help Project Horse do even more, serving more families and individuals in need today.
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Project Horse is only open to the public one time every year, so don't miss it! Be sure to stop by during the spring farm tour weekend,
May 18 and May 19. Enjoy the magical connection with our healing horses... Our very special barn doors will be open only from 10am to 4pm each day!
With a "Shocktober" grant from the
Arc of Loudoun, we provide a variety of inclusive opportunities to individuals with developmental and cognitive disabiltiies -- in our
Teen Empowerment wellness group as well as hosting experiential learning field trips for Aurora School students!
We're thrilled to continue to partner with
Ryan Bartel Foundation's FORT, as their western Loudoun County quarterly host. We offer equine-assisted wellness as a preventive measure, via experiential workshops to promote self-esteem, acceptance & well-being!
As you possibly know, PH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity. We're fueled by passionate volunteers and charitable giving & support!