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Horses Help Big Barn Bash 2017

Horses Help, a non-profit Equine Assisted Activity and Learning Center, will host its 13th Annual Barn Bash on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Learn more here!

Horses Help, a non-profit Equine Assisted Activity and Learning Center, will host its 13th Annual Barn Bash on Saturday, November 4. This event provides attendees the opportunity to view the horses, learn what Horses Help offers, celebrate the supporters of Horses Help and enjoy a great evening of food, music, and fun.
With over 475,000 special needs individuals in Maricopa County, horses are used to create a unique relationship with those with physical and cognitive and emotional barriers. Each week Horses Help serves participants ranging from four years of age to seniors. New programs are regularly being developed to meet wider community needs, but these programs place greater financial demands on the facility. The Barn Bash helps provide funding to offset the cost of programs so participants can afford to continue with their programs.
Attendees will have the opportunity to sponsor a horse providing for its care for the upcoming year or make a donation, at any level, to support the daily operations. Donations will help participants have the ability to continue in riding or horsemanship classes.
To learn more about Horses Help and the Barn Bash, please go to www.horseshelp.org. Also, stay up-to-date by following Horses Help on Facebook!
If you are unable to attend the Bash but have a desire to donate to an amazing cause, Horses Help accepts donations online, and individuals are eligible to receive a dollar for dollar tax credit. For more information about becoming involved call 602-569-6056, volunteers are always appreciated.

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Horses Help is a PATH International Premier Accredited therapeutic and recreational agency that has been providing Equine Assisted Therapies and Activities since 1987. Utilizing specially trained horses, PATH International-Certified Instructors, AHA-Certified Physical and Occupational Therapists, and community volunteers we serve participants ranging in age from three to seniors. Participants enjoy weekly sessions enabling them to learn horsemanship, riding skills, build horse and human relationships, and receive therapy.

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