To learn more about our recent changes here at the farm and the new exciting programming… click the photo above!
We hope that you will continue to support the organization and that we can continue to serve the populations of people with special needs here in the Piedmont area!
Thank you for all the past support!
The Silver Buckle Charity Ball
Buy your tickets, make a donation, or sponsor the event!
Saturday, September 20, 2014
6:00 – 11:00 pm
Join us for dinner, a live band, and silent auction.
We’re gonna do a little dancing down on the farm!
Wear your Western attire and join the fun!
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Projects & Wishlist
Click the picture above to learn about current needs here at Saving Grace Farm. From major projects to small lesson items, there are so many great things we can do out here if we can simply gather as a community and put our imaginations and caring to work for others!
Show your support or fulfill a service project by getting involved in a need on the farm!
“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” -Winston Churchill
It is not clear when people first recognized the therapeutic value of horsemanship, but it is known that therapeutic riding was used to rehabilitate soldiers injured in World War I. Whether or not those early pioneers recognized the powerful effects on mental and emotional well-being is not known, but today horses are being employed in a wide variety of therapeutic and educational applications. At Saving Grace Farm we collaborate with occupational and physical therapists, mental health professionals, and educators to offer the cutting edge of Equine Facilitated Therapeutic Services to our community.
Our Forms & Applications
Click photo to download and print forms to participate in any of our programs or for volunteering! If you are looking for rider applications, you can find them here!
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” -Gandhi
At Saving Grace we believe that to give is to receive. Whether you prefer to help with fundraisers and special events, therapeutic riding lessons, general farm maintenance, or office assistance, we appreciate your help! Volunteers that want to side-walk or lead horses in riding sessions are asked to complete volunteer training have plenty of opportunity for hands-on learning through regular volunteer training opportunities. If you love horses and want to join the herd, please send an email to email@example.com.