Support Us

Help Lucky Harvest bring the healing of horses to people in need.

Lucky Harvest is grateful to all the individuals, businesses and organizations who have given and are giving support in any of the several ways possible.


>> GoFundMe Drive

Now Lucky Harvest has an easy way to donate. Give through our GoFundMe campaign page:

https://www.gofundme.com/Lucky-Harvest-Equine-Therapy


>> Make a Donation

Financial donations are always needed and put to good use.  A donation of any amount, big or small, is greatly appreciated, at any time.  Cheques should be made out to The Lucky Harvest Project, and sent to this address:

The Lucky Harvest Project
1900 Rte 202
Hinchinbrooke, Quebec J0S 1A0

Thank you.

$7 buys a bale of wood shavings for bedding.  $55 buys a large round bale of hay.  $20 buys a bag of oats.


>> Sponsor Us, a Horse, or a Rider

Please consider becoming a sustaining sponsor, through automatic monthly or weekly withdrawals. Or sponsor riding lessons for someone you know.  Or for someone you don’t know.  Call 450-264-0282 to make arrangements.  Or send us a message, using the form below.


>> Volunteer

The work of the volunteers is what keeps Lucky Harvest alive.

There are many kinds of volunteer work available at LHP, and not all of them require interaction with the horses:  Secretarial — Fundraising/ Event planning — Volunteer co-ordination — Repair work — Stable chores (feeding horses, and cleaning) — Grooming — Sidewalking client on horse — Leading horse, with client — Exercising horses

To become a volunteer for any position that involves the performance of horses or riders, you need to be at least 14 years of age, and be available as little as one hour per week. Experience with horses is valued, but not necessary, as we provide on-site training, and conduct educational clinics. The training provided gives the new volunteer the skills required to work with both our riders and our horses. New volunteers will learn how to be effective sidewalkers or horse leaders, depending on their personal interest and their comfort level working with the animals.

To work as a volunteer in care of the horses (grooming and stable-cleaning), you need to be reliable and have your own means of transportation to the site.

Call 450-264-0282 for information or to volunteer. Or e-mail us (below).

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