Wings of Hope Equitherapy
Since 1996 Wings of Hope has been providing equine assisted activities to children and adults with unique physical, mental, and emotional challenges and disabilities
Thanks to generous individuals, corporations, and foundations who opened their hearts to the vision, Wings of Hope's facility stands today.
Nearly twenty years later, Wings of Hope Equitherapy is a Premiere Center fully accredited by PATH (Professional Association of Therapuetic Horsemanship) International. All our instructors are PATH certified, and have extensive experience with both horses and riders with disabilities.
Located just south of Fort Worth, we serve clients from Tarrant and Johnson Counties who range in age from 3 to 78, and the barn continues to be filled with the contagious smiles and laughter of the riders, volunteers, and families, and resonates with our core values of Christian compassion, integrity, accountability, hope and healing.
Through Operation Hoofbeat, we are proud to offer a spectrum of services to meet former and current service-member’s individual needs and match each individual with a service tailored specifically to meet those needs.
Volunteers are the backbone of our organization, without them we couldn't server over 85 people weekly. We are always looking for new faces for our volunteer staff.
No horse experience required
Must be at least 14 years old
Be able to walk over uneven ground for an hour
For a volunteer application check out our website http://wingsofhopehorses.org/ under the volunteer tab.
Exit #30/FM 917 and head west onto 917 for approximately 2.5 miles. take a right prior to the railroad track on to 806, located a 1/4 mile down on the right.