TRAILS END CONSERVANCY, INC
SERVING THE SHENANGO VALLEY, GREENVILLE / NORTHERN MERCER COUNTY, AND GROVE CITY
AMOUNT DONATED: $2,679.56
Trails End Conservancy, Inc is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to healing hearts and providing hope, love & laughter to people of all ages through equine assisted interventions. We provide several different equine programs to community residents which has an amazing impact on human health. Our programs encompass individuals with addictions, families needing bonding time, and community veterans to experience a stress free program giving them an opportunity to improve their outlook of life using horses. Some of our horses are rescues due to extenuating circumstances who deserves a second chance while giving every person a smile who participates.
Giving Week Progress:
FUNDRAISING GOAL: $5,000
Programs Supported by Your Donations
Trails End Conservancy offers 3 different programs:
1. “Fly High with Horses” a veteran horsemanship program offered to all veterans and their families free of charge to learn basic horsemanship skills and to experience the comradely of fellow veterans.
2. “Horses Helping” is a program designed to help individuals who struggle with addiction. The use of horses help with the individual using a calm and relaxing atmosphere. From introduction to a horse to grooming to riding the individual experiences positive experience.
3. “Women's De-Stress RX Club” is a program offered to women to be involved in a stress-free equine experience. Learning and becoming acquainted with what a horse has to offer creates a enjoyable adventure.
Each program is offered to any community member that wants to use equine therapeutic measure to make a positive impact on their life.
Needs that Cannot beMet without Your Help
The COVID-19 Pandemic can create at least 3 conditions to Veterans that could build up to a "perfect storm". First is Veterans with pre-existing conditions of mental health. The second is social-distancing/self-quarantining which are necessary to help control the spread of COVID-19 but can cause a sense of loneliness. The third is job/wage loss being a stress event in the life of a Veteran. Lack of funding results in lack of programs to help our Veterans. Funding is in integral part of our programs to keep horses healthy and happy to provide therapeutic our program for Veterans.