Sponsor An Animal
Horses and goats are what often draw participants to the farm, they're who God uses to help break down barriers very quickly to allow hope to enter a hurting heart.
Our horses come from a variety of backgrounds, some of which are now doted on by children who have been through many similar circumstances.
The experiences of the horses give them the ability to reach out to kids in a unique way, making them what we call "equine counselors.” For our equines who call this place home, MLF offers a safe haven, a gentle hand and a life purpose. Our training and riding methods are based on the theories of natural horsemanship, which utilize quietness and patience to communicate with horses in their own language. It is our aim to develop trusting relationships with these magnificent creatures.
Our goats have all been raised on the farm in a loving and nurturing environment and often bring a laugh and respite to our guest’s daily struggles due to their friendly and inquisitive nature.
Please consider sponsoring one of our farm friends. By becoming a sponsor, you can further ensure quality care to our horses and goats and an opportunity to the children and adults who call this their special place.
Your sponsorship will provide aid for the following:
• Countless hours one-on-one with a participant and leader/mentor
• Daily engagement both physically and mentally
• Lots of grooming and baths
• Daily hay and grain, as needed
• Vitamins and supplements, as needed
• Regular preventative vaccinations
• Farrier trimming and shoeing (horses), as needed
• Tack and equipment replacement and repair
Sponsorship Agreement Information
This agreement in no way entitles sponsor to ownership and/or exclusive privileges in any way to sponsored animal or farm property. MLF accepts all liability, expressed and/or implied, for sponsored animals. Sponsor has the right to cancel this agreement with a 30 day notice to MLF administration. All money received from sponsor to date of cancellation remain the property of MLF. Please note that there may be more than one sponsor per farm animal. This is to ensure that all of our horses and goats are cared for equally, as the funds go into an account to support our whole herd.