The words of Dionne Warwick’s song rang true for Quantum Leap Farm on March 5 for Stirrup Hope 2016 as our friends generously contributed over $300,000 to support Quantum’s equine-assisted therapy programs. Sponsors, including the Advocare Foundation, Ltd., Cornelia Corbett, and TECO Energy with many others, underwrote the costs for the event allowing 100% of funds raised that evening to go directly towards Quantum programs.
Quantum Leap Farm and 1Voice Foundation celebrated National Cancer Survivors Day at our Pediatric Cancer Family Fun Day on June 7th. Several times a year, kids with pediatric cancer and their families come together for a free day of fun at the farm enjoying pony rides, pony painting and other games! To see more information on these events, click here.
Quantum Leap Farm’s inaugural Stirrup Hope raises thousands for the equine-assisted therapy facility. The event took place on March 21st, 2015 with over 350 guests in Quantum’s riding arena in Odessa.
The first-time event raised 38% of the organization’s total budget and promises to be a staple of the fundraising efforts for the farm moving forward. Fifteen sponsors including TECO Energy underwrote the total expenses for Stirrup Hope leaving the total income from the night to benefit Quantum programs.
The 6th Annual Founders’ Circle Celebration invites significant donors to our beautiful therapeutic equine facility for an evening of fun, food and friends. Members are passionate about Quantum Leap Farm’s mission to help people of all ages and abilities grow strong, achieve goals and overcome challenges. Founders’ Circle members donate to provide scholarships and to underwrite the therapeutic programs at the Farm. Read More
The Holidays are always special at Quantum Leap Farm. We put up decorations and throw a few parties for our participants, donors and volunteers. The horses wear reindeer antlers and Buddy (Edie’s labrador) puts on a few pounds panhandling at buffets. We also have quiet times where QLF staff and horses take a break from therapy sessions, spend some time with their families and gear up for the new year. We still need volunteers every day–in fact, more than ever since so many regulars are leaving town and spending some well-deserved time with their families. Read More