Rein and Shine ~ Horses that Heal
We know these are extraordinary times. As we battle uncertainty and fear we reach down deep, and tap into the strength that makes us all unique. We stand strong for our families, neighbors, community, and those that so badly need our help. Sadly, as society has ground to a stop, but need to operate still goes on. Rein and Shine, a very special program dedicated to our veterans and special needs children and adults must humbly ask for your help. Due to our inability to have our regular fundraising activities scheduled in May, we are asking that you donate to help us continue our vital work. Now, we know that these are extraordinary times, and if you cannot help at this time we certainly understand. But, if you would, please spread the word to others and help us to continue to restore our disabled clients and brave veterans to a productive place in our society and in many cases, save their lives. And please remember our special need children, and adults, build dignity, productivity and a personal feeling of accomplishment, and pride. If only the smiles from these sweet children could keep us going. It all starts with you and your help. Please keep our staff and beautiful animals in your thoughts and prayers. Please be safe, healthy and God bless you. At Rein and Shine, our mission is to create and sustain an equine therapeutic riding facility where people with disabilities of all kinds can learn, grow and heal Thank you for your support during these chaotic times. Rein and shine maintains 9 horses to support the programs that we offer: · Horse Therapeutic programs for veterans going through recovery, · Horse Therapeutic programs for disabled children and adults, · Private horse care and riding lessons, and · Summer camp programs. Feeding and caring for these beautiful animals costs approximately $2700 per month. We have had to shut down our programs temporarily due to Covid-19. As a result, we need support to maintain their health and sustenance. The effects of your donation will allow us to maintain operations and regular feeding of the horses. As a result, we will be ready to provide services and maintain regular classes upon re-opening.