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Owl Hollow Farm, Lone Jack, Missouri

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Address: 10908 S Hunt Rd
Lone Jack, Missouri  64070  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of People Being Served: 50
EIN: 45-3705518
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Mission Statement


Overall, our vision is to reach not only the scars that are visible but also the ones that are not; the ones that are kept inside broken hearts and locked doors. With rescuing horses and pairing them with children, we hope to rescue childrenÂ’s hearts and souls.

Description


Our vision in creating Owl Hollow Farm is to build an organization that is a powerful part of the community. Many times families are bro-ken and children fall through the cracks of the education and social services system. These are the children that appear to come from stable homes, but have scars that are rarely seen or healed.

Our vision in creating Owl Hollow Farm is to build an organization that is a powerful part of the community. Many times families are bro-ken and children fall through the cracks of the education and social services system. These are the children that appear to come from stable homes, but have scars that are rarely seen or healed.

Mission Statement: Overall, our vision is to reach not only the scars that are visible but also the ones that are not; the ones that are kept inside broken hearts and locked doors. With rescuing horses and pairing them with children, we hope to rescue childrenÂ’s hearts and souls.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Although we are not a religious organization perse' we are faith based. We believe that by the way we live we are a great example to the children and teens that we work with, therefore it is of upmost importance to us to always be that Christ-like example that God asks us to be.


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Protestant


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Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No