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Leaving Your Mark

by jeannie - 2008-06-16 - ( life / help / charity / animals )

We welcome all the visitors and students to our center, Harmony Haven.

Our mission statement: "We rescue and rehabilitate horses so they can rescue and rehabilitate the people who need them most."

It's all about leaving your mark or hoof print. Help others and have a better life just because you were part of theirs.

It's simple to leave your mark and the rewards are instant! We are a 501(c)(3)with the Tax ID #26-1882493. We are always looking to improve this center.

Just think about therapeutic riding and horse rescue.......... it brings a smile to your face and warmth to your heart. When you're a part of it, you get that feeling forever, even if your part is a donation and you never step foot onto the ranch yourself. The people you touch will help make positive changes in the world! Helping others find their joy also helps them to find themselves.

Contact us by phone (530) 347-0268 or come by 16800 Bowman Rd. Cottonwood, CA 96022 or e-mail us jeanniewomack@hotmail.com


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  • And, last but not least (and possibly best of all), you can use AmazonSmile instead of plain old Amazon. Choose Harmony Haven Therapeutic Riding & Horse Rescue (EIN: 26-1882493) as the charity you are supporting.

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