Save the Date
There are milestones in every organization that inspire celebration. We invite our community to celebrate our 50th anniversary in our transformed indoor arena for a celebratory evening of mingling, a sit-down catered dinner, dancing, and auction offerings on June 8th.Learn More
In Celebration of 50 Years
It’s our 50th anniversary and we are celebrating all year!
As part of our celebration, we will be sharing stories and footage from the past 50 years on social media and in our News from the Barn email. Follow along on this journey through our past and a glimpse of our future! In honor of February, the month of love, we are sharing a few stories on our love for the horses.Join us on our 50 Year Journey
Annual Report 2022-2023
Be informed. Be inspired.
Enjoy our special issue of the annual report. The 2022-2023 issue reflects on the 50 years of empowering lives. As we reflect on our past and look to the future, we celebrate the participants, volunteers, and donors who make an incredible difference.Learn More
Visit our new
Planned Giving Website
Planned gifts are a meaningful way to support our mission because they will ensure the future of High Hopes for generations to come. They can also provide you or your estate with significant tax benefits. Please visit our new planned giving website which provides comprehensive information on deferred giving options. We hope you and your professional advisors find the new website useful and inspirational.Visit our Planned Giving Website
New session starts March 7th!
Sign up now for the next session of our free Horsemanship Program for veterans and active duty personnel. Sessions focus on ground work, wellness and being present.
This weekly program runs on Thursdays from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM from March 7th to May 31.
Advanced registration is required for this program.Inquire about our Veteran's program
Horsey Volunteers Needed!
Be a part of it.
High Hopes Community Partners
High Hopes is grateful for the individuals, foundations, and businesses that invest in our mission. We are excited to welcome Lawrence + Memorial Hospital as our newest Community Partner! Thank you to this healthcare leader for your partnership.
Is your business interested in a deeper, year-round relationship with High Hopes that is tailored to you and your employees? Learn more about our new and exciting Community Partners program at the link below, and reach out to our development team with any questions!Build a deeper relationship with High Hopes!
At our home, everyone is welcome
Horses and Humans Improving Lives
At High Hopes we celebrate and embrace diversity. We strive to build an inclusive culture that represents the wide variety of populations we serve. We know that it’s our differences that make us special and those differences should be supported, nurtured and celebrated.
The people who come to High Hopes represent all ages & backgrounds. The majority of our participants are between the ages of 3 and 14, some are in their 70’s. Most participants have varying degrees of cognitive, physical, behavioral, psychological or sensory disabilities. There is no “typical” High Hopes participant, as programs are designed to benefit individuals with a wide variety of disabilities.More Stories
Keep the Good Growing
Looking toward 2024 and High Hopes’ 50th anniversary, it has become even clearer that every seed of action we plant has the potential to grow into something extraordinary. In this coming year, we look forward to taking more actions that ripple outwards, from our horses, participants, and farm to our community and beyond.
Plant the Seeds of Action
With your tax-deductible donation, we can continue to expand our One Health vision, supporting the well-being of people, horses, and the environment.
Give to the High Hopes Fund
Visit the link below to learn more about giving to High Hopes and please contact Claire Gadrow, Chief Philanthropy Officer firstname.lastname@example.org, 860-434-1974, ext 122 with any questions.
Programs for those who serve
For many individuals who have served in our military, the ability to remain relaxed in the present moment and make important connections with other people is more difficult than most of the general public. Often, this is a by-product of PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder.
Additionally, when serving in the military, there is a demand for all individuals to be acutely aware of their surroundings at all times due to the perilous conditions faced each day. For many who have served, this hyper-vigilant state does not subside when returning to re-integrate into society. Making connections with civilians is challenging often resulting in a sense of isolation even when returning to home, friends and family.Read More
Check out our latest programs
PATH Intl. Education & Certification
High Hopes’ Training & Education team has delivered industry-leading training and accreditation since 1979. Immerse yourself in a 12-week program, keep up to date and earn a full set of CEUs, or take part in one of our virtual webinars – start your High Hopes’ education from your sitting room!program & workshops