Wings & Hooves
Healing our Heroes: Hoof by Hoof Horsemanship Program
VFW state Quartermaster Greg Lynch and VFW state Surgeon Gary Backus recently toured the Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding facilities to learn more about the Healing Our Heroes Hoof by Hoof Horsemanship Program.
Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding Inc., a recognized 501(c3 ) non-profit organization, is at Kingswood Farm, a 169 acre farm owned by Karen and Paul Cuneo.
Kimberly Hughes, Wings and Hooves program director, said the program offers physical, psychological and social benefits to veterans who are healing from life-altering injuries or challenges.
People suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or a physical injury or challenge and would benefit from the Wings and Hooves programs, and an application packet is available upon request.
Visit www.wingsandhooves.org. All donations are tax deductible and would benefit these programs relying solely on community support, fundraising initiatives and volunteer participation.
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