To enhance the quality of life for children and adults with diverse needs by partnering with horses to bring hope and healing through equine assisted activities and therapies.
Equest is a 501 (c) (3) public charity, IRS Tax ID 75-1823701. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Our organization is not a United Way Agency. We are dependent upon charitable gifts and grants to support our programs.
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Equest in the News
We would like to give ‘A Simple Thank You to’ Cindy Thomas and Bert Headden for their everlasting commitment, contributions, and devotion to Equest.
Cisco & Dare, along with Gala Co-Chairs Annie and Teal Griffeth promoted the Gala Kick-Off Party on Good Morning Texas.
Equest, a Dallas-based non-profit that enhances the quality of life for children and adults with diverse needs through the human-horse connection, has announced Lane Cates as their new Chairman of the Board.
While depression is certainly a common culprit (especially in kids ages 12-14), attention-deficit disorder is also a major contributor to mental health issues in children under 11, says Susannah Denney.
Word has just arrived that “AnnTeal” will be co-chairing the 2019 Equest gala — Arabian Nights Gala — on Saturday, March 23, Sixty Five Hundred.
Despite the collective apathy our nation showed veterans of the Vietnam War — or perhaps because of it — we have invested a great deal of energy and money to support the latest generation of veterans as they struggle to write new chapters in civilian life.
Leading the charge for the look of the night of babes, bids and booze were Event Co-Chairs Susan and Jon Farrier and Honorary Co-Chairs Sue and Ben Casey.
Dr. Burress explained that therapeutic riding activates pathways in the brain around the parts with Parkinson's Disease.
By three months old, Bliss had started all kinds of therapies. By age two, she was riding her first horse at Equest.
Thank you to EQyss Grooming Products for proudly supporting the Equest Therapy Herd.