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HORSEPOWER Therapeutic Learning Center is a non-profit organization serving the Piedmont Triad community since 1995 and affiliated with the Piedmont Saddle Club since 1998. We are a premier PATH International center and provide therapeutic equine activities for over 300 individuals with disabilities each year.
We hope you will join us for our annual Holiday Open House,
Saturday, December 14th from 11am-1pm.
This is an opportunity to see the many faces of HORSEPOWER. We will have refreshments to share with friends and family who make our mission possible all year long. Enjoy visiting with staff, students, volunteers, supporters and their families and visit with our special therapists, our horses—in all their holiday cheer and gear.
If you are interested in bringing food to share please let me know.
Hope to see you soon!
Do you need a meaningful Christmas Present for that Special Someone?
Get them some HORSEPOWER Items
We have t-shirts (many colors), long sleeved t-shirts (gray), hoodies (green), sweatshirts (green) and hats
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Happy Alert! A unique opportunity for volunteers and for Horsepower TLC: Please visit the site below to check out the EQUUS Foundation and its CHAMPIONS Program. Starting in 2012, the EQUUS Foundation is launching CHAMPIONS… an incentive-based equine service volunteer program to recognize and reward individuals and organizations on the carrots4acause network. To become a CHAMPION, an individual must log at least 24 volunteer hours from January 1st to December 31st for an organization on the carrots4acause network.
Win A Champion Grant!
Win A Champion Scholarship!
Sign up and start logging in volunteer hours in 2012 -
HORSEPOWER is a therapeutic equestrian program, that provides both challenges and rewards to people with physical, mental, emotional and social disabilities. These disabilities may include multiple sclerosis, autism, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson's disease, Down's syndrome, stroke and depression, as well as victims of physical, mental or emotional abuse. Through interaction with horses and horseback riding, these individuals derive educational, physical and social benefits that include learning new skills, building self-confidence, enhanced physical fitness, increased muscle strength and flexibility, interpersonal skills, concentration skills, patience and self-discipline.
Through certified instructors, dedicated volunteers, generous donors and trained horses, many people with disabilities are able to participate in this unique and enriching program. In addition, we offer a Youth Program for "at risk", and a HORSEPOWER Club for local high school students.
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8001 Leabourne Road, Colfax, NC 27235