Our Mission

Helping people with physical, cognitive, and emotional challenges through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy.

Upcoming Events

Saturday, September 10th: Fall Open House & Horse Show

Sunday, September 18th: Farm to Stable to Table Dinner

(Tickets available HERE)
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General Orientations

For new Volunteers: Rules, Requirements, Safety and Facility Tour

Saturday, August 27th, 12:00pm

Saturday, September 17th, 2:00pm


Dear Friends & Participants of HHH,

Please help us get word about Horses Healing Humans out to the public

while eating delicious food and raising money for our organization.

HOW IT WORKS

Grab your friends from HHH, your friends from home, your family, or your neighbors

Enter the restaurant and say you are coming in to help support HHH

Order and enjoy your meal

Pay your bill & a portion will go to HHH!

WHERE TO EAT

On Thursday, August 18th head to 2 Wives for some brick oven pizza!

10% of your check will be donated to HHH.

45 Huntington St.

New London, CT 06320 • 860-447-9337

On Tuesday, August 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, & 30th stop by the Lazy Leopard for fresh Sushi and Thai Cuisine.

5% of your check will be donated to HHH.

45 Bank Street

New London, CT 06320 • 860-333-1329

Keep your eye out for HHH’s Where to Eat emails! We will post area restaurants monthly.

For questions or restaurant suggestions please call Lisa Bergman at 401-480-3077 or email lisarbergman@gmail.com

Thank you and we hope to see you there!


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Sponsor a Rider.

Horses Healing Humans is now offering opportunities to sponsor a favorite rider.  Sponsoring a Rider is a beautiful way to help a rider or prospective rider experience the healing benefits our horses have to offer. You can choose to sponsor a rider at many different levels and choose the name of a specific rider to sponsor.

 

Click Here for more information and online sponsorship form.

 


For any questions or more information please contact Lee Paradis at 860.572.2942 or LeeParadis@gmail.com

Supported by a Quality of Life Grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation