How Can You Help?

How Can You Help?

How Can You Help?

Help us create a better community by living in Harmony with Horses.

Harmony with Horses is a Not-for-Profit corporation.   We realize that the people who might benefit the most  from our services are often those who can least afford it.   We incorporated as a non-profit for the simple reason that we believe no one should be denied the possibility for personal growth and healing simply because their current financial circumstances can’t support it.  We welcome any support from charity organizations to deliver this much needed opportunity to those who truly need it and will benefit.  Please contact to open a dialogue about how we can assist each other in reaching our goals. 

The reality is that horses are expensive to keep.  We strive to provide our horses with the best possible lifestyle and care so that they can participate in the best possible FEEL experiences for our clients, while minimizing expenses where we can.   Our horses require at least $200 per month per horse for their daily consumable care.  (feed, vet and farrier).  There are currently 10 horses in the Harmony Herd.  Overhead expenses are also ongoing to ensure our environment is safe for the public and protects our herd from the elements of the Canadian climate.   There seem to always be fences that need fixing, pastures need fertilizing and seeding, courtyards and lane-ways need grading and improving, which all require the cost of labor and materials. 

When you donate money to Harmony with Horses every dollar goes to work for us in two significant ways.  It helps to care for the horses, and it subsidizes FEEL activities for those less fortunate.   Not one penny is diverted to director’s salaries, personal expenses, or bonuses.  

There are three funds you can support: 

The HAY Fund:  Provides subsidy to our Horses and Youth program, while at the same time, offsetting the costs of HAY, grain and supplements that nourish the Harmony Herd. 

The HELP Fund:  Provides subsidy to our Horses: Experiential Learning Programs, while at the same time, pays for the professionals who HELP keep our horses healthy such as ongoing veterinary care, and farrier.

The HOPE Fund:  Provides subsidy to our Horses Offer Practical Experience programs, while at the same time, are set aside as HOPE for the future needs of Harmony with Horses as we expand our services and build our business.  Current projects include:   reseeding the hayfield to maximize yield and quality of hay fed to the Harmony Herd, replacing fencing to ensure the safety and security of the Harmony Herd, repairing lean-tos and run-in sheds that provide shelter for the Harmony Herd and maintaining the structural integrity of all barns and outbuildings.   

Horse Rescue:   Harmony with Horses finds horses who no longer have a useful purpose in the traditional horse industry, who have been neglected or abused, or simply discarded by their owners (ie: sent to slaughter) to join the Harmony Herd.   We rehabilitate them and our horses heal them. 

If any of our programs or our mission and goals touch any place in your heart, we humbly urge you to support us in whatever way you can.   We gratefully accept one-time donations, monthly donations, or in kind considerations.   We can’t do it without you.

Help us create a better community by living in Harmony with Horses.

Thank you.

Donations Welcome!

Please consider supporting our efforts.
There are two ways to send money:  

1) Mail your cheque made payable to Harmony with Horses, to our mailing address:
Harmony with Horses
31361 Shackleton Line,  Iona Station, ONT N0L1P0

2)  e-transfer your donation to:

Please indicate your preferred Program Fund:   HAY, HOPE, or HELP !

Thank you !



Horses have the incredible ability to display their amazing understanding of what humans feel!
Mary Scott
I’ve been around horses for the majority of my life...but never have I experienced it in such a way as I did during the FEEL sessions at Harmony with Horses.
Bill Gregory
Horses never lie. They are completely tuned into energy, and apples and carrots, too, I suppose.
Susan Gold

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