HELP US BUILD A NEW HOME FOR HOLISTIC RIDING EQUESTRIAN THERAPY
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN GOAL:
$75,000 of $1,300,000
WHY YOUR HELP MATTERS
The future of HRET is dependent upon the ability to provide a space for our riders and horses that allows the program to grow and serve more in our community.
Our current home is a rented space which restricts our teaching hours and class offerings. The current facility does not have the necessary space to offer ADA accommodations or to build a permanent ramp or lift to accommodate our riders needing this element to safety mount horses with dignity.
The ability to offer a climate-controlled arena to our riders will allow us to operate classes year-round. Currently, we have to suspend classes during the winter months and endure the bitter elements this season causes on our horses.
Our proposed layout in our new facility will provide optimal space utilization and expansion of our services including the development of our veterans program and farming experience classes. We ask for your support to help bring our dream barn to life.
11-14 Adjustable Stalls
Competition Size Arena
Power Lift and Ramp
Viewing Room and Bleachers
ADA Compliant Restrooms and Showers
Tack, Feed, and Medicine Rooms
Indoor Hay and Shaving Storage
Our new facility will feature:
Your financial support, services, goods, and labor donation is a critical stepping stone to HRET’s future.
CURRENT CONSTRUCTION CREW
Antonopoulos & Virtel, P.C.
Pony through Clydesdale capital campaign sponsors will have contribution recognition in the building, logos on our website, and mention at our fundraiser.
$250,000 or Greater
$100,000 or Greater
$50,000 or Greater
$25,000 or Greater
Less than $25,000
Join our Construction Crew Team! Contact us about recognition for donated equipment, appliances, or
construction services. General operating contributions are always welcome.
"I think the new barn is important because HRET touches so many lives. It’s not just about the energy between the rider and horse but about the families that are impacted, week after week, and about the volunteers. The relationships that are formed, the smiles and tears that are shared between those involved is a magic that can’t be described. A new barn will enable us to keep our classes continuing, uninterrupted, year-round, which is an absolute lifeline for some of the families that we serve!"
- Rhonda Hetrick, a longtime supporter and volunteer of HRET