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Wings of Eagles Therapeutic Horseback Riding Center, Concord, North Carolina

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Address: 4800 Thunderbolt Road
Concord, North Carolina  28025  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 100
Number of People Being Served: 100
EIN: 56-2100632
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Mission Statement


Our mission is; to provide a place where children and adults with special needs can enjoy freedom and enhanced physical fitness provided by horseback riding. To promote a lifestyle that contributes to physical, spiritual, and emotional health empowering not only our riders, but our volunteers as well. To create a safe haven, where those with special needs can feel accepted and have their own special recreational activity. To build cooperative relationships with local health care professionals and educators. To provide a place for parents of riders to form friendships with others who can relate to the daily challenges of raising a child with special needs. To provide a place for volunteers to help make a difference in the lives of the special need community.

Description


Sessions start every Fall. This years schedule is as follows: Winter Session - Jan 8 - Feb 28 Spring Session - Mar 18 - May 15 9th Annual Blue Ribbon Rider Horse Show - May 17 Young Wranglers Summer Camp - Jun 9 - Jun 13 Adventurers Summer Camp - Jun 23 - Jun 27 Horse Lover's Summer Camp - TBA

Sessions start every Fall. This years schedule is as follows: Winter Session - Jan 8 - Feb 28 Spring Session - Mar 18 - May 15 9th Annual Blue Ribbon Rider Horse Show - May 17 Young Wranglers Summer Camp - Jun 9 - Jun 13 Adventurers Summer Camp - Jun 23 - Jun 27 Horse Lover's Summer Camp - TBA

Mission Statement: Our mission is; to provide a place where children and adults with special needs can enjoy freedom and enhanced physical fitness provided by horseback riding. To promote a lifestyle that contributes to physical, spiritual, and emotional health empowering not only our riders, but our volunteers as well. To create a safe haven, where those with special needs can feel accepted and have their own special recreational activity. To build cooperative relationships with local health care professionals and educators. To provide a place for parents of riders to form friendships with others who can relate to the daily challenges of raising a child with special needs. To provide a place for volunteers to help make a difference in the lives of the special need community.

Denominational Affiliations


Christian Church/Disciples of Christ (DOC)


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Other Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes