We have just recently been entered into a challenge for the website called Great NonProfits. If CATR gets 10 positive reviews on their website before the end of June, we will be listed as one of the top NonProfits in the community, and will have lots of opportunities open up to us to get the word out about what we do. You can click on the link below, or you can go to our website and click on the orange button on the right under our donation button. CATR celebrates 20 years this year of serving this community, and we would love to hear from you about how this program has impacted your life or the lives of those you know.
Thank you so much for all your support!
We are so excited that CATR’s Horses for Heroes program is mentioned in an article that is published in the online version of the Chronicle of the Horse! The link is below to take you to the article. We hope you enjoy!
Murray S. Neale and Pete Laurie
Thank you to the Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina for honoring CATR’s Executive Director Murray S. Neale as a “Woman of Distinction” alongside seven other trailblazing women from the Charleston area. The ceremony took place on Monday, May 9th at the South Carolina Aquarium as these fantastic women were honored by Girl Scouts (past and present), emceed by Carolyn Murray from News 2. It is such an honor for Murray to be recognized by this organization among this group of distinguished women and she thanks everyone for their continued support.
photo by CC Paul
Check out Moses the Wonder Cat’s new Facebook page! Moses is an orange tabby who adopted CATR Farms as his home in 2010. He is a Good Will Ambassador to the farm, and greets all visitors with a purr and a meow. Moses ADORES the students who come out to ride, and gives great joy to all who meet him. Search him on Facebook and click “Like” to keep up with Moses’ adventures.
Today is Horse Show day for our students at Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding! This event gives our therapeutic and community lesson students the chance to show off their skills for friends and family. Therapeutic students will ride 10-12 and community students will ride 1-4. If you are looking for something to do today, come on out and support these students as they demonstrate what they have been working on.
It’s going to be a great day at CATR Farms!!!
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