Donate

 

McKenna Farms is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible and directly supports our programs and the 500+ children we serve each week.  Funding helps cover the costs for therapy treatment sessions, hippotherapy fees for our young riders, sensory equipment and assessment materials, participation in the Special Olympics State Horse Show, and upkeep of our 17-acre farm and specially-trained therapy horses.

Additional ways to give include:

  • Giving “In Honor” or “In Memory” of someone special
  • Sponsoring a rider or a horse
  • Matching Gifts through your company
  • Planned Giving
  • In-Kind donations (Please visit our WISH LIST for our current needs)
  • Donate to our Aquatic Center Project (more info)

 

Donations may be made online or by mailing a check to:

McKenna Farms Therapy Services ATTN:

Development

3044 Due West Rd. Dallas, GA 30157

 

For more information, contact our Director of Development at mbaker@mckennafarms.org or (770)443-9672.

 

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Consider making a donation to sponsor therapeutic services for a child with special needs.

  • Providing one 60-minute therapy treatment session   $200.
  • Ensuring one month of therapy treatment sessions   $800.
  • Funding six months of therapy treatment sessions    $4,800.
  • Giving a year of therapy treatment sessions $9,600.
  • Contributing a year of hippotherapy fees  $1200.
  • Sponsoring one rider in the 2017 Special Olympics State Horse Show $1,000.
  • You can add multiple contributions to your cart.
Online Donations

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  • Choose your preferred level of giving.

​Just click on the Donate button and enter any amount 

 

Any quantity will help and be very much appreciated !

Or:

  • Make a Recurring Donation

​Just select an amount from the drop down menu and click on "Recurring Donation" button 

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