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Thank you Billings West Rotary Club for your generous donation of $5,000 to support our mission: Heroes Achieving Results with Horses, Heart, Spirit and Respect Your financial assistance enables us to help military Veterans improve their lives through equine-based activities.   HSHI staff and participants appreciate you…(Read More)

A heartfelt thank you goes out to the Billings West End Exchange Club for their generous donation of $2,500 that will go toward the session costs of Veterans in 2020.  HSHI services could not be provided without the strong support of businesses and leaders such as you that want to serve our community…(Read More)

In accordance with our mission “Heroes Achieving Results with Horses, Heart, Spirit and Respect”, the Enbridge Corporation recently awarded $5,000 to HSHI to help expand Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy (EAAT) to additional at-risk populations in our area such as first responders and Urban Indians, while continuing to grow our presence in Veteran…(Read More)

“This Memorial Day I encourage our community to honor and remember our servicemen and women who answered America’s call to service and paid the ultimate price.  Take some time from your long weekend to participate in a Memorial Day event or tradition, put flowers at a grave at a veteran’s cemetery, or honor…(Read More)

Thank you so much to all of our donors who made Yellowstone Valley Gives a success! We raised $13,535 total! This included $2,860 donated on the Yellowstone Valley Gives page and $10,675 donated offline.This money will go towards funding about 170 veteran therapeutic riding sessions. For anyone who missed the excitement…(Read More)

  Written by Dan Burkhart The Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation (the Foundation) has awarded $7,000 this year for the Horses Spirits Healing Inc. (HSHI) equine therapy for veterans program, operated at the Intermountain Equestrian Center. “We are extremely grateful for the support of the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation and its recognition for…(Read More)