Amanda has had a tough start in life. The first three years of life were traumatic for her. She was moved in and out of foster care due to a biological family that exposed her to a life of drugs, violence, and crime. Now permanently in a loving home, Amanda still struggles with anxiety and self-regulation after a tough childhood.
She loves her toy horses, and dreams about meeting and riding a real horse. Unfortunately, the expensive medical care and legal fees associated with Amanda’s adoption means her adopted family can’t afford to give her riding lessons.
Children like Amanda deserve to have a chance to heal and thrive. When you give today, you can make sure more children like her will have access to the therapeutic riding lessons, occupational therapy, and educational classes offered at The Red Barn.