Please help us make a positive impact with your gift supporting our work.
The Adventures with Horses Fundraising video View our fundraising video by clicking here
By making a donation you can directly give more young people with disadvantages the opportunity to access our one-to-one or group sessions click here for more information. Or you can donate towards the day to day care of our horses who give so much to our clients. Please contact Sue Blagburn for further information, come for a visit or if you would like to donate now via PayPal see below. If you donate now, please let us know if you wish to support sessions or programmes for young people or our horses or both.
You can also click here to make a donation to our Paypal account:
Through the generous support of funding and donations we are able to give bursaries to disadvantaged young people who would not otherwise be able to come, and the day to day care of our horses.
Our pricing policy The main prices throughout our website are our middle range prices, we don't make a profit but we do cover our cost. In addition to about 50% of our clients we offer discounts and bursaries to disadvantaged children, young people and adults who would not otherwise be able to afford to come. We fund this by charging higher range prices to our leadership and business coaching clients, and from donations and other funding. All profits then get reinvested into offering lower prices and bursaries.
For an informal chat to or to come and meet the team at Awareness with Horses, please contact Sue Blagburn on 07831 865259 or drop an email to email@example.com
We are a not-for-profit social enterprise registered as a Community Interest Company. Registered Company Number 10573482
There are six different options we can offer you…
One-to-one equine assisted coaching and counselling
A powerful combination of traditional one-to-one coaching and counselling, plus working experientially and experimentally with the horses. Click here to find out more…
One-to-one or group equine assisted experiential learning and/or the "Art of Horse Whispering" for adults