ANNUAL SUPPORT DRIVES
Red Horse is working year-round to contribute to equitable access to programming for mental health, wellness and workplace culture. This work is supported from ongoing giving through grants, donations and sponsorships. We have three support drives in the year, where our voice and request is amplified by National campaigns and events. These support drives, shown below, have unique goals, participation perks, and partners. They may collect support in different platforms than our evergreen links. Thanks for your support
Spring Forward is a multi-faceted support drive that culminates in our Red Horse Porch Party, a delightful event with food, drink, art and music. More details coming soon!
Seen Through Horses is a National campaign led by Horses for Mental Health. It connects fifty non-profits who provide equine-assisted services with partner organizations, sponsors and others to spread the word and raise funds to support collaborating with horses for mental health.
Donations made through the Red Horse team page via the “Support” button go to Red Horse directly. Learn more about the organization and campaign at Horses for Mental Health through the “Learn More” button.
Our last campaign of the year coordinates with Giving Tuesday on November 29th. In a season full of reflection and gratefulness, we reflect on the importance of providing and receiving trusting support, free of judgement and rich in emotional and physical safety.
We hope you’ll join us in sharing stories, and building capacity to offer more support and creating more opportunities to foster trusting, supportive relationships in people’s lives, at home and at work.
RHCCL is recognized federally as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization eligible
to receive tax-deductible contributions and gifts.
Below are several “evergreen” links where you can share your energy and support all year long!
Thanks for checking it out, and if you aren’t donating today, perhaps you can share a link or a story with people you think should know about us.
It’s important to support and care for those who provide it. Our herd give generously in their job as listeners, healers and caregivers. Maya and Jericho are in need of care and adjustment for specific injuries, and we’d like the whole herd to get assessments.
We’re asking for help to provide this extra care. Horse chiropractors are specialists, and require a little investment for a farm visit, so it would be great to get as many horses treated as possible.
With your help, our whole eight-horse herd of caretakers can get aligned, adjusted and ready for spring!