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Borrowed Freedom Equine Assisted Therapies and Activities, Inc.

2520 Vestal Parkway E. #313
Vestal NY 13850

Physical Address:
1912 Nanticoke Drive,Endicott,NY 13760
Tax ID/EIN: 27-0327968
Year Founded: 2009
Last Updated 2014-06-29

Public Charity

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Primary Focus involving horses (Horse Welfare, Public Service, Sport & Recreation):  Public Service

Our organization operates programs involved with horse rescue, foster care, rehabilitation, adoption and/or retirement.

Our organization operates programs involved with providing equine assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) using certified instructors for individuals with special needs.

Our organization is directly responsible for the care and shelter of horses.

Our Mission/How we are involved with horses:
Our program offers a meaningful experience to enhance wellness, build life skills and self-esteem to children, adults and families with physical, developmental, intellectual, emotional or socioeconomic special needs. We do this by providing equine assisted activities, delivery of agricultural and environmental opportunities, and the development of innovative projects.

Borrowed Freedom is an American Hippotherapy Association facility member and a PATH International member center.

Volunteer Opportunities

Administrative Volunteers
Minimum Age: 17
Working with the Directors and/or event chairperson, these volunteers staff and help us reach the community and plan our exciting special events like the upcoming Wine Tasting, Annual BBQ and Golf Tournament. These events make an impact with directing the community's attention and support to the Program. Other opportunities may include thank you calls, on-site tours or participation on committees.

Office Volunteers
Minimum Age: 17
Office volunteer duties may include helping with mailings, data entry, filing, or answering or making phone calls. We ask that you be able to commit to a minimum of 1 hours a week for a full session.

Session Volunteers
Minimum Age: 18
Volunteers are a vital part of programs like ours, without them we cannot continue to offer services. Our session volunteers complete an in-depth training before they are assigned a position within the program and we ask volunteers to commit to a full 12-15 week session. Session Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. Volunteers 13 and up are welcome to volunteer during special events such as Special Olympics under the direct supervision of their parent or guardian.

Wish List Items

First Aid And Cleaning Supplies
First Aid kits, Hand Wipes, Paper Towels, Lysol or 409, Old Towels, Trash Bags, Vinyl Gloves, Old shirts for smocks, Rubbermaid containers

Office Supplies
Dry Erase Boards, Easel, Printer Paper, Blank Labels, Steno Pads, Postage Stamps, Dry Erase Markers

Building And Maintenance
2 x 4′s, Duct Tape, Rope, Saw Horse Brackets, OSB Board & Plywood, crusher run, sand, rubber dust and wood chips

Horse Feed & Coupons
We use Poulin ProMAX12, Poulin Carb Safe, SmartFlex Senior Herb Free Supplement

Horse And Barn Supplies
Basic Grooming kits, Horse Shoes, Halters & Lead Ropes, Arena Supplies, Small Buckets, Mane & Tail, Clippers

Craft Supplies
Crayons, Washable Markers, Pens & Pencils, Glue & Glue Sticks, Construction Paper, Craft Foam, Stickers, Ribbons, Paint Brushes, Colored Paints, Modge Podge, Bandanas, Hair Scrunchies etc, Safety Scissors