Hi, everyone! We apologize for being so quiet lately...The horse and human herd at HeartStrides is learning as we go, just like many of you. After Governor Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order was declared to take effect on Wednesday, March 25th and most recently extended until May 4th, we have been struggling to figure out what this means for our programs and organization as a whole. At this time, all programs and private sessions have been postponed until further notice in order to comply with the statewide order.
We do want to take a moment to
thank all of those who have reached out, checked in, supported us, and donated to HeartStrides during this difficult time. This unprecedented challenge has been frightening and stressful for many, but we know with the help of our communities, we will get through this together. To those who have donated, we can't even begin to express our gratitude. It means the world to us that you all thought about our horses, programs and those we serve and wanted to donate in this time of crisis. The donations we have received give us hope that we can continue to meet the needs of those in our community and give us hope we will be able to make it through this and be a source of healing once we come out on the other side. The horses and staff miss having everyone at the barn already. Please stay safe and healthy while we’re apart! Your HeartStrides horse and human herd will be here for you when this is over!
For now, we are doing our best to re-imagine a way to connect with all of you in these strange times and also making sure everyone stays as safe and healthy as possible.
Take this time to follow us on social media.
Join us on Facebook and Instagram! We are working to keep everyone up-to-date and connected and are hoping to include some fun ways to see the horse and human herd here at the ranch. Click these links to join us on
In the coming weeks, we are planning on using emails, Facebook and Instagram to stay as connected to everyone as possible! We want to spread inspiration, healing, and a feeling of togetherness even if we aren't physically able to be together.