Urban Horse Project partners are essential so that urban youth are supported to connect and learn with horses. All of us share a commitment to giving youth a leg up.
Program partners share their ideas and resources, and commit significant resources to engage and bridge youth who otherwise lack opportunities. Some partners help facilitate programs.
Funders know that effective, nature-based, skill-building programs help youth increase their chances for a better life. Investments in youth equal better outcomes for all of us.
Our key program partners
Burnaby Neighbourhood House: engaging and bridging youth to our programs as an integral part of their work with Burnaby young people.
Burnaby Horsemen's Association: providing program space to us.
Cartier Farms: providing training, curriculum and ongoing coaching and leadership in Equine Assisted Learning.
Ministry for Children and Family Development (MCFD): supporting vulnerable youth to access our programs.
Southlands Riding Club: providing training space to us.
Urban Native Youth Association: engaging and bridging youth to our programs as an integral part of their work with Indigenous youth.
Association of Neighbourhood Houses of BC: building healthy and engaged neighbourhoods, providing capacity building support to our initiative.
Multiple other agencies are committed to bridging youth to programs.
Our funding partners
The Urban Horse Project is ambitious. We could not do it without the generous support of our funding partners and donors. Thank you!!
Central City Foundation
CKNW Kids' Fund
Canada - BC Job Grant
Province of BC (Ministry for Children and Family Development)
TELUS Vancouver Community Board