Hope Reins reopens stronger, because of you. Here’s the plan.
Hope Reins has developed a monthly phased plan over the next 3 months to safely reopen the ranch that is in alignment with the recommendations by Governor Cooper for the state of North Carolina. Click to learn more about our re-opening plan.
Most of our ‘angels in horsehair’ are rescued with heartbreaking stories of abuse and neglect. This shared story of pain opens hearts and helps foster a significant bond between our hurting kids and horses.
We support kids ranging in age from 5-18 who struggle with crisis like severe trauma, physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, cancer, suicide, debilitating anxiety, or living in homelessness, poverty, group home or foster care.
Hundreds of volunteers support the ministry’s free services, its horses and property. Various teams – from feeding, property and cleaning – to development, hospitality and gardening, all grow from their innate desire to be connected, serve others and glorify God.