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Mission Statement

Our mission is to advance the long-term physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of children, families, and seniors in our community - with special emphasis on at risk and underserved individuals.

Description

Flying Horse Foundation provides an assistant learning equine program as well as a senior program to the communities of El Paso County and Douglas County.

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Would you recommend FLYING HORSE FOUNDATION?

by Trisha T. (Administrator for this Organization) (January 15, 2020)
Hear from some of our volunteers: •"The best thing I have done for myself in recent years is becoming a weekly volunteer at The Flying Horse Foundation. I have no idea what impact I am having with these kids, so all I can say is what they and the horses do for me! I look forward to going there, finding that it is the highlight of most of my weeks. The ranch is gorgeous; that right there is like stepping into a stress-free zone!" •"I have been a volunteer for several years, and wanted to share about my experience. I have a special heart for at-risk kids and have just loved the opportunity to be a blessing to them and encourage them. Some of my favorite times are when I’m walking out to the field with a child and the child starts opening up about concerns and struggles, and I’m able to be a listening ear and occasionally offer a suggestion or insight. I just love watching the kids develop bonds with their horses; comments like, “Look! Tucker is happy to see me!” warm my heart."