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Great and Small Needs Your Support

Rider fees account for only 30% of Great and Small's annual budget. Your contributions allow Great and Small to continue to provide equine-assisted activities and therapies to children and adults with special needs. Both monetary and in-kind gifts are graciously accepted.

Sponser a friend

Sponsor a Horse

Our therapeutic riding program is nothing without our incredible herd of horses who provide their riders and volunteers confidence, laughter, freedom, and friendship, carrying our dreams and changing our lives. Your commitment to help Great and Small care for our horses will help us  to help us continue to serve our community.

Sponsoring a horse provides hay, grain, supplements, bedding, veterinary care, and hoof care for a therapy horse for one year. Full year sponsorships will be acknowledged with plaque on the horse's stall, and all sponsorship levels receive a tax-deductible donation receipt, acknowledgement on our website and in publications. Sponsors are encouraged to visit their horse, and volunteers are always welcome.

Please consider sponsoring a horse at the following levels:​

2023 and 2024 Sponsorships


Full Year Sponsorship, $6,000

Six Month Sponsorship, $3,000

Three Month Sponsorship, $1,500

One Month Sponsorship, $500

We understand not everyone can commit to a sponsorship, and I cannot emphasize this enough: tax-deductible gifts of any amount are critical to sustaining our programs. Gifts of $250 help provide care for two weeks, and a gift of $125 provides care for one week!

Please note: Sponsorship of a therapy horse does not confer riding privileges or legal ownership. 

Great and Small Sponsor a Horse Form

Contact Sarah Phelps for more information on horse sponsorship.


(301) 349-0075

Sponsor a Horse

Meet our amazing herd - they are at the heart and soul of Great and Small.

These 14 equine partners provide safe, confidence-building lessons and skills for our program participants, and it is our responsibility to ensure they
receive the highest level of care.

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