Let's Make A Change

How can you help?

You can help provide scholarships for our clients, sponsor one of our therapy horses, or help us with other general costs associated with providing these much-needed services to our community.

Our sessions cost $140.00 but our clients pay on a sliding scale with no one paying more than $75.00 to attend their session. Your donations help offset the costs of providing these services.

Your donations can help: 

Scholarship for one session: $140

Scholarship for one month of sessions: $560

Sponsor a therapy horse for one month: $200

Sponsor an Event

Become a member of the 7 Star Family starting at $25 (see details below)

Leave a Legacy

Memorial Gifts

Honorarium Gifts

In-Kind Donations (see our list of needs below)

If you or your employer has a United Way Campaign you can donate through United Way!

Gifts from the heart are much needed tools to maintain & grow our MISSION to enhance the lives of mentally & physically challenged individuals through equine therapy.

All donations (monetary and in-kind) are gladly accepted and help us continue our mission.

Our Needs

  • Feed for the horses  

  • Hay for the horses

  • Assistance with social media 

  • A storage building or awning for the tractor and implements    

  • 5-gallon tubs of white exterior Paint for fencing & barn doors 

  • Port-o-Cool       

  • Land/Property so that we can expand our services and increase our herd of therapy horses

  • Tack & bits/reins  Hackamores     

  • English girths – different sizes 

  • 3 Grooming tool kits 

  • Barn doors repair materials - 4' x 8' siding sheets  

  • 7 Star Signs with the mission statement     

  • Tack cleaning supplies

  • Saddle riser (lift)  

  • Solar lighting for parking lot  and gate 

  • Individual snacks and water for our volunteers

  • HP Ink 902 and 962 cartridges

  • Copy Paper

  • Toilet paper and paper towels

  • Clorox/Lysol wipes

  • Magnetic vehicle signs with logo

SADDLE UP

Join the Support Group for $20 a month/$240 a year

Even $20 a month can buy four cases of water for our clients and volunteers!

  • 1” x 3.5” Nameplate displayed in our arena

Join the Trail Riders and support our scholarship fund for $50 a month/$600 a year

Saddle Up with our scholarship fund with your support we can assist our clients with the expense of receiving help. The more we have the less they pay!

  • 2” x 6” Nameplate displayed in our arena

Join the Cavalry and support a Veteran or First Responder for $140 a month/$1,680 a year

Saddle Up with our Veterans and First Responders your support provides 12 sessions for our heroes. 

  • 2” x 6” Nameplate displayed in our arena

  • Social media exposure - Website, Facebook, and Instagram

  • 2’ x 4’ Banner with company logo displayed in our arena

Join the Endurance Riders and support a Therapy Horse for $200 a month/$2,400 a year

Saddle Up for our hard working horses. Your support will provide feed and hay as well as veterinarian and farrier care.

  • 2” x 8” Name Plate displayed in our arena

  • Social media exposure - Website, Facebook, and Instagram

  • 3’ x 5’ Banner with company logo displayed in our arena

Become a sponsor

Join the Ranch Riders Club for $5,000 a year

Saddle Up by assisting us in making repairs and improvements to our facility. We continually strive to provide the safest possible environment for our horses and clients.

  • Social media exposure - Website, Facebook, and Instagram

  • 4’ x 10’ Banner with company logo displayed in our arena

Join the Golden Carriage Club for $10,000 a year

Saddle Up and take us into a bright future of growth and expansion.

  • Social media exposure - Website, Facebook, and Instagram

  • 4’ x 10’ Banner with company logo displayed in our arena

  • Team building session - In Team-Building With Horses, there are no lectures, everyone participates in the activities and all are encouraged to give feedback from their unique perspective. The horses do the work, yet the participants are able to identify: 

    • ​Leadership traits they didn’t know they had

    • Anxieties that affect the way they interact with others

    • Competences no one knew they had

All of this can be discovered in a non-threatening, fun interaction with a herd of horses and — the herd of people they work with every day.