Recent Posts by Kathy Hamm

Become A Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in Dream Catcher Therapy Center.  Volunteers are an invaluable asset to this organization and we have many areas where we could use your help.  The following gives a brief description of duties that our volunteers participate in. - Cleaning offices, bathroom and windows - Sweeping the barn & tack room…
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Wish List

    Below is a list of items that we almost always need at our Rescue.  Please give us a call to find out where and how to have it delivered or to find out if there is something else we may need - (970) 323-5400     Wish List   We can always use…
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General Donations

Thank You for Your Support!!! Help Support our Programs and Horses with a Donation!! Make a Donation
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Hay Fund

Thank You for Your Support!!!! Our center offers sanctuary and rehabilitation to abused, neglected, and unwanted horses. These horses come to us scared, starved and suffering. Your donation will make it possible for these horses to heal.  A donation of just $8 .00 will purchase one bale of hay that will feed one rescue horse for three days.…
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Newsletter

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Veterans

Veterans Programs Kathy Hamm, the Executive Director of DCTC, is an Army Spouse. So she knows – first hand – the challenges that can come with being a military family.  That’s why we at DCTC are passionate about supporting Military Service Members, Veterans, and their families. No matter which branch of service you served in,…
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Sponsor A Horse

Caring for a rescued animal can be one of the most rewarding experiences you may ever have.  The love they give, the gratitude that they show is amazing.  We have some wonderful horses that are looking for forever homes and we also have many permanent residents that are used in one of many of our therapy programs.  Caring for so many animals is a daunting task.  We rely on the the generous donations of our surrounding communities to help us continue our work.  Sponsoring a horse gives the gift of life and love for an entire year.  Your money helps to feed the horse, covers vet examinations and hoof care.  You are able to come visit your sponsored horse as often as you like.  Get involved today!

To take a closer look at our horses looking for a sponsor, please click on the End of the Trail Rescue link to see all of their profiles and photos.  To become a Sponsor for one of our horses, please click on the word Sponsor.

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