Swan Center Outreach Inc
Rating: 4.7 stars 115 115 reviews
27305 West Live Oak Road Suite 1203 Castaic CA 91384 USA
Our mission is to provide spiritually minded individuals with knowledge and experiences that lead to higher levels of awareness, balance and the fulfillment of one's purpose. Our vision is to serve as a spiritual haven while providing a bridge from where you are in life to where you want to be. Values • Serving others • Kindness • Compassion • Education • Fun Swan Center Outreach is the community outreach of the Swan Center for Intuitive Living. We partner with previously abused and neglected horses, and offer programs to youth, adults and corporations that demonstrate the ability of animals to serve as teachers, healers and friends.
Volunteers who are interested in the role that horses can play in the quest for greater spiritual awareness
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Spirituality and Horses This program is for volunteers who are interested in the role that horses can play in the quest for greater spiritual awareness. Volunteers have the opportunity to feed, handle and train horses, and do general ranch work. No previous horse experience is necessary. We offer an ongoing training program.
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This organization is taking the horses out of Summit County and breaking children's hearts without regard to anyone's feelings. Do not support this organization.
1 person found this review helpful
I had a great opportunity to see this organization function at its best. The people were kind, caring, and always ready to do what was best for the animals in their care. I was able to get some great photos of the animals and staff. It was personally rewarding as well as seeing the good to the community. Anyone who is in the area would feel they are contributing to the greater good by volunteering or donating money.
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