...who participated in our School at the Barn program through Communities in Schools. Their mission is to surround some of the Upstate’s most vulnerable students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Not only do these students participate in Happy Hooves’ therapeutic riding lessons, they also use horses as hands on learning to work on life skills like responsibility, self-control, trust, and teamwork.
Thank you to our private donors, Dabo and Kathleen Swinney’s All in Team Foundation, Helens Hugs, and First Presbyterian Church of Greenville for making life-changing programs like this possible! You are making a difference in the lives of others, one stride at a time!
...for a great day of School at the Barn!
“We had the most fun at Eden Farms! Some of our students got the opportunity to participate in their equine therapy program, Happy Hooves. This same group will get to go back 5 more times during the school year. We can’t wait to see the growth and progress of these students during our time there”, said one of the teachers.
We loved having WSPA News Channel 7 Reporter, Christine Scarpelli come out to Eden Farms for a morning filled with horse riding fun and to find out about our therapeutic riding program’s upcoming fundraiser, Wines & Equines on October 5th! The link to the TV interviews can be found here!
Christmas at the Barn, a recap of Wines & Equines, School at the Barn, and more are all inside our newsletter!
Wines & Equines, Points of Light, Leadership Greenville news, and more are all inside our newsletter! Click here for all of the updates!
Do you know what happens when dedicated business leaders, an old worn out playground, and Helen’s Hugs get together at Eden Farms? Tonka’s Trail, that’s what! Click here to learn more!
Find out about our updated playground, a new video, golfing...click here to read more!
Happy Hooves cannot thank Leadership Greenville's 45th Class and Helen's Hugs enough for their support and dedication to our Therapeutic Equestrian program! They are tearing down our 18 year old playground and making it so much better, more engaging, and more accessible to children with special needs. There will be lookout points, handicapped accessible sandbox, swings, a covered picnic pavilion, a horse themed sensory integration wall, and so much more! Stay tuned, it’s going to be great!
This wonderful group of students spent a day at Eden Farms helping out our therapeutic riding program, Happy Hooves. We really appreciate them taking time to help. They also met one of our therapy horses, Tonka, who just had to be in the picture too!
See the photos from our fundraiser, find out about our winter break with Miracle Hill Children’s Home, see our video to the Clemson Tigers…click here to read more!