MTM On the Road: HopeWell Ranch Connects Community Through Equine Therapy

HopeWell Ranch is based in Weidman and is known for their equine therapy programs.

For years, they have been helping veterans and those with disabilities overcome life obstacles.

One of their main programs is called “Project Solomon,” it raises money for veterans to take these therapy classes.

Owner, Jodi Stuber, says many of these veterans suffer from mental illness and PTSD and the horses help them to better focus and bond.

HopeWell also offers summer programs for the youth and opportunity to volunteer through Project Solomon.

One of their fundraisers for the year is their Resounding Hope Online Auction, it will run from October 3rd-9th.

On November 13th, they will also be inviting the community out for Christmas in the Country—which is a holiday fundraiser that gives back to their ranch.

For more information, you can visit there website here.

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