Release, Readjust and Reconnect™

Horses Healing Heroes™ provides heroes of all kinds a path towards healing. In a safe and beautiful, pastoral setting, our clients are helped to Release, Readjust and Reconnect.™

"Horses change lives. They give our young people confidence and self-esteem. They provide peace and tranquility to troubled souls. They give us hope!"       ~Toni Robinson

Covered Arena
with Stalls

General Fund

Donation Programs

Want to help us make Horses Healing Heroes™ a top-of-the-line facility? Donate to our general fund or to a specific project or program. All but a small percentage of your donation to the general fund will go directly to services for and treatment of HHH’s clientele. Donations to a program or project will go directly to it; excess dollars will be applied to the general donation fund. Donations to projects receive permanent recognition in the way of a plaque, brick or other means, and donors will receive timely updates on the project's progress.

One of our major goals at HHH™ is to ensure that you know how each dollar donated is used. Additionally we want you to have a say regarding where your generous donation will be applied. For this purpose, we’ve created various programs and projects to which you can donate.

General Fund

It is not cheap keeping us horses happy! If HHH™ wants us to stand around and look impressive, then we will not live on grass alone. We need periodic manicures (shoeing), pesky visits from the doctor, and a roof over our heads—sleeping outside is so primitive!

Covered Arena With Stalls

Unlike in the lyrics "It never rains in southern California", it does rain in Herald, California. While our equine staff do have shelter, the rain doesn't allow us to conduct year-round care. Our solution is to build a state-of-the-art, covered arena, complete with additional stalls, tack room, changing rooms and bathrooms. This will allow us to provide year-round care and to increase the comfort of those to whom we provide care.

"The horse, with beauty unsurpassed, strength immeasurable and grace unlike any other, still remains humble enough to carry a man upon his back."       ~Amber Senti