Monday, January 9, 2017

Join Meadowlark's Hug-A-Horse Program!


Join our Hug-a-Horse program and help make a difference!
We are pleased to announce our Hug-A-Horse program, a sponsorship program offering a unique opportunity to make a difference in the lives of special-needs horses.
You may know Meadowlark Equestrian Center as a boarding facility or a lesson barn, but one of our greatest passions is to work with horses who might need a little extra TLC, whether they are rescues, retirees or rehab horses. These horses come from a variety of backgrounds, but the one thing they all have in common is a need for love and care.
Meadowlark’s Hug-A-Horse program is for anyone who wishes to be more involved in a horse’s life, whether by helping directly with their care and rehab, or by donating items necessary for their day-to-day life or recovery.
When we bring in a new special-care horse, often times the horse is in need of special feed, medicines, dental care or therapeutic services. By donating time or resources to our program you help us to continue to provide what is necessary to help these horses live comfortable,
meaningful lives. Our hope is that these horses can be rehabilitated to eventually become school horses, so that they can then become a part of our educational team.
Read about our current and past Special-Needs Horses HERE.

How can you become a program sponsor?

One-time Donation Click here to make a single donation.

Recurring Donation

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Email us
to let us know you want to volunteer your time!
In exchange for your donation, you will receive our quarterly newsletter, an exclusive "Have you Hugged a Horse today?" bumper sticker, and an invitation to our Volunteer orientations to visit, handle, and yes, even Hug the horses!

Psst... While we do currently have a couple of special needs horses, you can also
sponsor any school horse at Meadowlark! For more information, talk to Emily or Kay.

Please note that while 100% of donations go toward the care and rehabilitation of our special-needs horses,
we are not a 501(c) organization at this time.




-- Meadowlark Equestrian Center -- 9585 East Joy Road -- Plymouth, Michigan --

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