My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for High Hurdles Horsemanship Program, Herald, CA, USA
I have many rolls, involvements with High Hurdles Horsemanship program. I'm a volunteer, Program Manager, I help school the horses, My 8 year old special needs daughter takes lessons from Lisa, and I'm on the board for HHH. I first met Lisa in 2007 at Saddle Pals (a non-profit horseback ridding place no longer in business) where we worked together. After Saddle pals closed I started helping Lisa out with HHH. I have work-volunteered for many other non-profits and I must honestly say I enjoy working with, being around Lisa and her program. She works very hard to meet everyone's needs and if you've ever ran any type of program or business that is no easy task. Lisa some how dose an excellent job at this. Be a single mom and running a business self started and owned would not be easy for anyone and believe me it's not easy for her earthier, yet she does it so well. If you have a child with a special need or not this is a wonderful place to learn to ride. You will not find any better place. The horses are amazing, the volunteer are very Knowledgeable and always have smiles on there faces. Also if you are looking to back a non-profit for the year and want to make a difference in the community, look no farther this is your place. Think of all the happiness you will bring and what a difference you will make. With all my heart I write this. High Hurdles has made a huge impact in my life and family. Let it make one in yours for the better. Yours truly, Megan Wilson
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