Many Canadians face challenges that impact Daily Life

 25% of Canadians will have at least one anxiety disorder in their lifetime. 

First responders are more likely to develop an occupational stress injury than the general population.

76% of Canadians report having experienced a traumatic event during their lifetime.

 48% of female and 38% of male veterans reported symptoms consistent with at least one anxiety disorder.

1 in 66 Canadian children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Total number of veterans (in receipt of disability benefits) with a PTSD diagnosis in 2018 – 2019 was 22,109

 Your support and donations help us to make a difference and to meet our goal to assist as many people as possible though equine-assisted learning programs. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or donor, contact at (705) 499-8858 or email Lori at lori@horseability.ca. Please consider making a donation today.

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Sponsorship Programs

Indoor Arena Sponsorship

Indoor Arena Sponsorship

Indoor Arena Sponsorship

We're raising funds through a Go Fund Me Campaign to construct an indoor arena where we can carry out our equine-assisted activities and therapies throughout the year, under cover, in all weather conditions.


https://www.gofundme.com/f/horse-ability-equine-therapies-indoor-arena

Sponsor a Participant

Indoor Arena Sponsorship

Indoor Arena Sponsorship

 Horse Ability often provides partial sponsorship for participants in our lessons so that we can provide our services to as many people as possible. If you are interested in sponsoring a participant for a lesson or a full program, please contact us to make arrangements. 

Sponsor a Horse

Indoor Arena Sponsorship

Sponsor a Horse

Our horses are the lifeblood of our programs! The average cost per year to provide food, veterinarian service, farrier service, housing and daily care is approximately $2,500 for a miniature horse and $3,500 for a full-size horse. Maintaining our horses’ health is crucial to our success. By sponsoring a horse or contributing to sponsorship you are helping the participants who benefit from our equine-assisted learning programs.