COVID-19 and Horse Helperskathyk2020-05-15T12:13:27-04:00
The Covid-19 pandemic leaves Americans unsettled and anxious. Learning to maneuver and adapt to this new normal demands much from each of us. Here at Horse Helpers, the horses ground us and create stability; we want to extend that atmosphere beyond our barn doors.
May 9, 2020
In response to phase 1 of North Carolina’s reopening plan, Horse Helpers reinstated its volunteer days:
Wednesday and Saturday, 1pm-5pm, limiting the number of volunteers to no more than 10 and requiring the
following safety protocols:
Use hand sanitizer when entering and exiting
Masks and gloves are required (read below for more information)
One person in a stall at a time
Practical social distancing
Limit physical contact
April 18, 2020
During this difficult time, Horse Helpers is expanding and offering free access to our Chester’s Barn Educational Program as an online resource to fit into North Carolina’s mandated, elementary school curriculum.
Enjoy access to virtual, interactive lessons and educational videos including a read-along of the popular book Chester’s Barn. Take an opportunity to meet our horses, sing-along, interact with and get to know our animal friends!
Horse Helpers and the Community
Now more than ever we must support one another and our community at large. As a non-profit equine rescue, it is with the help of our gracious supporters and their donations that we survive. We need your help. Support the equine in our community.