At Bearfoot Ranch, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) PATH Member center, we are always on the look out for ways to grow our therapeutic riding program. Our entry into the Wells Fargo Works Project Contest is the perfect opportunity for Bearfoot Ranch. The cash prize and business expertise offered will help plan and implement some of our short term goals. This includes, staffing, volunteers, licensed mental health programs, and a veterans program.
“Winning this grant would help us meet our goals so much faster,” said Edie Ahola, President and PATH Certified Therapy Instructor.
Help Bearfoot Ranch Win $25K
Please take a minute out of your day to vote for Bearfoot Ranch. You can vote once per day thru the voting period, which ends Sunday, July 19th, 2015. You can help Bearfoot Ranch win expert guidance, mentoring, and $25K just by voting for us in the Wells Fargo Works Project Contest. Check out our entry and vote today, everyday up until Sunday, July 19.
Vote Here for Bearfoot Ranch.
Your Vote Counts, Here’s How to Vote
A person may vote one entry per day, everyday through 07/19/15. Get out your votes today!
A total of twenty-five (25) $1,000 cash prizes will be awarded — $1,000 to each entrant whose entry was among the top 25 highest-scoring
entries as determined by the Judges and voting public.
Five (5) Grand Prize winners (“Winners”) will be selected from the Finalists whom will receive $1000. In addition to the $1000, each Winner will receive business mentorship for up to 6-months and $25,000 cash.
About Bearfoot Ranch
Bearfoot Ranch is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, PATH Member Center (Therapeutic Riding) and Horse Rescue facility located in Forsyth County. Bearfoot Ranch is dedicated to providing therapeutic riding lessons and other riding activities in a safe, effective and compassionate environment. The center furthers its students’ knowledge of horses; offers lessons to children and individuals with special needs regardless of ability; and challenges them to reach their potential through the love of horses. Bearfoot Ranch also acts as a rescue facility for horses that have been abused or neglected, and has two locations in Forsyth County.
Fund Development Director