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PATH Intl. Grants $10,000 to Participants Through EAS Participant Fund

PATH Intl. Grants $10,000 to Participants Through EAS Participant Fund

Denver—PATH Intl. is pleased to announce that it funded 12 participants in May 2022 through the Equine-Assisted Services (EAS) Participant Fund. The purpose of the PATH Intl. EAS Participant Fund is to assist someone who would not otherwise be financially able to participate, or continue participating, in equine-assisted services at a PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center.

Congratulations to the following participants and the PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Centers where they receive services:

Megan Hogan, Riding High Farm, Allentown, NJ

Chloe Prillamon, Brook Hill Retirement Center for Horses, Forest, VA

Blythe Eloise Polivka, The Sunny Horse Foundation, Broomfield, CO

Firdawsa Abjullah-Aziz, The Right Step, Inc., Littleton, CO

Lily Stoughton, EquiCenter, Inc., Honeoye, NY

Jose Lucian Rodriguez, Therapeutic Riding at Centenary – TRAC, Hackettstown, NJ

Payton Flynn, Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (HETRA), Gretna, NE

Camden Simmons, Chastain Horse Park, Atlanta, GA

Shane Karr, TREE House of Greater St. Louis, Wentzville, MO

Finn Adair, Dreams on Horseback, Blacklick, OH

David Miller, Horses of Hope – MO, Inc., Rogersville, MO

Jodi Ciccarelli, Manes & Motions Therapeutic Riding Center, Middletown, CT

 

PATH Intl. is grateful to be part of helping these participants achieve their goals through the work of these centers. We thank those who have donated to the EAS Participant Fund for contributing to the success of these riders. If you would like to contribute to PATH Intl., visit www.pathintl.org and click Donate at the top.

About PATH Intl.:

The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International® (PATH Intl.®) was formed in 1969 to promote safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted services (EAS) for individuals with special needs. At nearly 750 member centers, more than 66,000 children and adults, including 6,200 veterans, may find improved health, wellness and a sense of pride, independence and fun through involvement with horses. Therapeutic horsemanship at member centers may include hippotherapy, equine-facilitated mental health, driving, interactive vaulting, trail riding, competition, groundwork and stable management. Through a wide variety of educational resources, the association helps individuals start and maintain successful EAS programs. There are nearly 62,500 volunteers, 5,011 instructors, 7,800 equines and thousands of contributors from all over the world helping people at PATH Intl. Member Centers.