Horse Sponsorship Program

Did you know it cost about $2400 a year to care for one of our therapy horses? Horse care for 10 program horses is a huge cost for BTRC. Sponsors help to offset those costs which helps us better meet the needs of our students. Sponsorship is perfect for an individual or business who wants to make a difference in the life of a student and horse  by partnering with us financially. Sponsorship is also a great gift idea!

What does my sponsorship cover?

  • Daily feed costs including hay and grain

  • Routine hoof care ($25 every 6 weeks)

  • Routine vet care including check-ups, vaccinations, and de-worming

  • Facilities cost including electricity and maintenance

Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

Full Sponsor $2400 ($200/month)

  • Recognition of Facebook page and Website

  • Acknowledgement at all community and fundraising events

  • BTRC T-Shirt

  • Business banner hung in the arena

  • Website link shared on website and FB

  • Monthly visits

  • Framed picture of sponsor horse

  • Thank you card and picture of sponsor horse


Co-Sponsor ($25-$199/month)

  • Recognition on Facebook page and Website

  • Website link shared on Facebook page and website

  • Visit Opportunities

  • Thank you card and picture

Sponsor of the Month $200

  • Recognition on Facebook and website

  • Thank you card and picture of sponsor horse

  • One time visit

One Time Contributor ($25, $50, $100)

  • Thank you card and picture of sponsor horse

 

For a list of our available horses to sponsor visit Our Horses page.

To sponsor a horse or request more information on sponsorship fill out the form below. If you are interested in sponsoring a specific horse include their name in the "Subject" box.




 

Beekman Therapeutic Riding Center

2901 Wabash Road

Lansing, MI 48910

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​Telephone : ​517-755-2175

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