Help Sunrise Move!

We're Moving!

Help us build our new home!

We are expanding our location to include 104 rolling acres adjacent to our current property! This will allow us to offer year round services to more people, expand our programs, and decrease expenses in upkeep and feed cost for our horses.

Why move?

Our current home was constructed in 1983 and was designed as a temporary home for Sunrise. We have completely outgrown the facility, and wish to provide even more opportunities for our community!

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The new center will include:

  • A fully accessible facility- including indoor bathrooms!
  • Eco-friendly lighting and HVAC will put Sunrise on the path to sustainability and eliminate large utility bills
  • 20 box stalls, which will allow us to grow our herd of therapy horses
  • A large indoor riding arena that can be used for group lessons or split for private lessons
  • A large classroom to host field trips, board meetings, and staff/volunteer training
  • A weatherproof office with high speed Internet connection
  • A large, fully accessible tack room to allow our students greater independence in preparing their horses for lessons
  • A laundry room
  • A “sensory trail” and obstacle course through the wooded area of the property, as well as other riding trails
  • Other outdoor recreational therapy activities like gardening, hiking, or fishing!

Our Progress:

Phase One of our capital campaign began in 2012, when Sunrise, Inc. acquired 104 acres adjacent to our current facility. To date, over $250,000 has been raised towards paying for the land that is our new home! We are so excited to move on to Phase Two of the capital campaign in Spring 2016! We are still in need of donors to construct a brand new, state-of-the-art recreational therapy center!

Are you ready to support therapeutic riding and recreational therapy at a brand new Sunrise?

All donations will be recognized on our Wall of Honor in the new center!

If you are interested in making a large gift and would like naming rights to our classroom, tack room, riding arenas, visitor lounge, riding trails, or another part of our center, please contact Assistant Executive Director Emma Ballenger by calling the office phone at 765-935-4291.