While we didn't reach our full goal, the support you gave to this microproject did help us get a great start on our goal to help our riders achieve greater independance!In addtion to the money raised here, we also raised $200 offline. These funds helped us get our start! The arena expansion began with the use of donated equipment, and the materials for an improvised mounting ramp have been secured and will be used to adapt our current mounting area. We hope to have both projects completed by the time we begin sessions again in the spring. We are truly blessed to have creative and talented minds surrounding this program, when there is a problem, we are almost always able to find a solution that works within our means. This help comes from all over the United States, which proves that even though you can't be hands on, there is still so much anyone can do to help!We appreciate your support, and hope that you will continue to follow our progress on our facebook page and website. And if you would like to volunteer, please contact us! There are so many ways you can help make a difference in the lives of children, adults, and horses with special needs!
Thank you so very much!Colleen Cheechalk and the Borrowed Freedom team
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