About HopeWell Ranch
HopeWell Ranch is a non-profit organization that desires, through the use of donated and rescued horses, to reach out to children and adults, as well as our beloved Veterans, who may have emotional, spiritual, physical and social needs. It is our goal to offer them the unconditional love of a horse and caring staff, as an example of Christ's love, to help facilitate healing and the restoration of hope for their future.
Participation in our riding programs can provide emotional benefits such as self-confidence, independence, self-worth, self-esteem, improved social skill, responsibility and increased attention span. Physical benefits include increased balance, coordination, flexibility, mobility, circulation and improved muscle tone.
Working with equines and the social interaction between riders can greatly benefit the body, mind and spirit.
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I didn't have my camera out tonight until close to the end of Yesterday's Prom. What an AMAZING event!! A HUGE thank you to everyone who helped make this event happen! Students Help At HopeWell, the many incredible donors, Mt. Pleasant Community Church, Ted Bailey and the Weidman Masons for creating fun balloon creations, and everyone who joined us for yummy food, face painting, crafts, games, purchased raffle basket tickets, and of course danced!! ♥️
These decorations are sure to help all attendees to have a ROARING good time tonight! 🐘🐅
Tucked inside this towel is Luna the bunny. We took her to see Dr. Pol yesterday and he drained an abscess off her cheek. We brought her home and she's doing great!! We are grateful for the team at Pol Veterinary Services!
Our Junior Farmer's created these cute chicks today after visiting the real chickens in the hen house and collected eggs! Yesterday we were blessed to receive a partial grant for our Junior Farmer Program through the David B. and Susan K. Kelitz Family Fund through the Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation! Then we shared all about the program with the Weidman Lions Club! We are incredibly blessed by those in our community who help us serve precious people looking for hope, healing, and purpose! ❤️
Today has already been incredible! Earlier at Thrive Church I saw a beautiful little girl in a wheelchair praising God during worship! She was singing and had her arms raised praising God. Later her friends (one knelt on the floor beside her and the other sitting on the other side of her), held her hands and they worshiped together. Later I saw a young man about 16 turn and speak life over a young girl about ten years old! Ty and I then went to First Church of Christ where we were presented a check for $260.00 from the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders in Rebecca Hamilton's class. These precious children worked hard to raise the money for our newest program called The Junior Farmer Program! I love that God's plan is US and children of all ages are reaching out and making HUGE impacts! ❤️