Pennies for Puddin

Q: What do you call a horse that lives next door? A: A neigh-bor!

No matter how big or small the donation, every penny counts! This is a great way for schools, clubs, churches and small groups to get their students involved in raising money for a local organization.

Therapeutic horseback riding is available on the farm as an activity for members to participate in. Members are paired with up to two volunteers, providing continuity, trust and maximum social interaction. With the increase in food costs, vet bills, maintenance of the barn and other factors, we are looking to offset some costs by starting a Pennies for Puddin fund.

It costs roughtly $1,500 dollars each year to care for each of our horses and with this donation, your group could sponsor one of horses for a year!

Founded in 2000, we are a non-profit organization dedicated to serving adults with brain injuries. Our mission is to maximize the potential of our members with integrated, unique and holistic programs; enabling them to pursue meaningful activities while developing a sense of belonging at home and in the surrounding communities.

For more information about this program and how you can help, please contact Amanda Mewborn at or 704.992.1424 .

*Photo by JL Terrell Photography