Full of Grace Farm Needs COVID-19 Support

Hay and Medical Funds Needed!
Ordinarily, the money we make from riding lessons and horse camps allows us to care for our 10 rescue horses. Due to the corona virus, we are not able to teach any riding lessons, camps or equine assisted learning, which has severely reduced our income. In addition, because local colleges have sent students home, many of the volunteers we depend on every day are no longer in the area, and we are incredibly short-handed caring for the 16 horses at our farm.

The expenses we are raising funds for cover only the most basic needs, including: purchasing hay and grain, buying the medications and supplements the horses need to stay healthy, and paying the rent for the stable where our horses live.

In general:
$60 will feed one horse for one week
$240 will feed one horse for one month
$6250 supports the barn for one month

Your help will support our horses, so that they can continue to heal and support our clients and community. Any amount you can give will be incredibly appreciated, and will make a difference in the lives of our horses and the community they serve.

About Full of Grace Farm

Full Of Grace Farm was founded on May 24, 2009 with the vision of creating a safe and nurturing environment for horses and humans of all ages to self-empower, learn, and heal. Full of Grace Farm rescues horses to participate in our riding, psychotherapy, and learning programs. These are often "last chance" horses that have been abandoned, abused, and found in auctions or kill-pens.

We believe that these horses bring an "extra something" to our clients by sharing their journey and healing. Like people, many of them have experienced trauma, abandonment, neglect, loss, loneliness, anxiety, and fear. It's because of our rescued horses' need to heal from their "human experience" that they are able to read and react a bit deeper to aid in human healing.

In essence, we are "people helping horses, helping people, helping horses..."

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Laura Litterer 
Hadley, MA
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