Changing Lives through Horses is proud to be working in partnership with children’s charity and mental health experts Place2Be, and a wealth of organisations supporting the development and delivery of the programme.
Making a difference together
Place2Be is the leading children’s mental health charity providing in-school support and expert training to improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils and their families.
The RDA work with horses and ponies to provide therapy, achievement and enjoyment to people with disabilities all over the UK.
CACT are established in using sport as a tool for engaging youth back into society. They are supporting the programme with their significant evaluation and impact experience.
A UK charity dedicated to enhancing outdoor play for children. Their vision is that every child benefits from stimulating outdoor learning and play in their education.
A national charity working with primary, secondary and special educational needs practitioners to improve health, attendance, academic achievement and raise standards, providing all young people with skills for life.
The FCRT is a place where the teaching and learning of life and social skills is done through the routine and needs of horses. Outcomes are achieved for students through the transfer of learning and skills from the stable to the achievement of life skills.
The BHS are grateful for the generous support from…
The Saddlers’ Company is one of the oldest City of London Livery Companies. Through its corporate and charitable activities it is focused on supporting the saddlery trade, equestrianism and education with emphasis on initiatives that engage young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds. It is enthused by the ambition of the Changing Lives project which it wholeheartedly endorses.
Fairfax produces saddles, bridles and girths which are kind to horses, improving their performance. They are proud to be sponsoring Changing Lives through Horses' coach training course to support more young people through the programme
The Kate Whiteman Trust was established in 2016 by her daughter Victoria, who was keen to fund a project that would benefit people and horses. When Lynn Petersen described the programme to her, it felt like the right cause to support.
The Dartmoor Derby wholeheartedly supports this programme; where horses help young people develop key life skills. We are very proud to name the BHS as the partner event of our annual adventure ride.
The Sir Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust will provide participants who are unable to access funding from elsewhere the opportunity to be involved in the programme, enabling the BHS to help even more young people in need.