I would rather stand in a hailstorm than talk to that person. You know what I’m talking about. You pretend you’re on your cell phone when you see them approaching; you cut a quick corner opting for an escape route rather than their presence; you may even hide in your bathroom or pantry if they […]
Exploring new trails and spending time outdoors is a way of life for me this time of year. So it was no surprise to find me on the back of my horse in the middle of the forest last weekend. As we became confident in the footing, we increased our speed causing the twists and […]
The purpose of the Summer Rancher Camp is to introduce kids to life on the Ranch. They will learn about the tasks needed to care for small farm animals and horses. Since Cowboys/Cowgirls depend on their horses to be excellent partners, they need to know how to communicate with them, care for them and […]
Consider donating today and joining our Membership Club for an opportunity to reach out and touch the mission of helping children, families and horses. The membership levels are determined by the total of yearly donations (12 month rolling donations) of an individual or corporation to determine the Membership tier or to move up a level […]
Gastonia’s Bit of Hope Ranch helps children deal with Traumas By Dave Baity Correspondent Posted: Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014 Bit of Hope Ranch Inc. is at 5001 C.R. Wood Road in southern Gaston County. MORE INFORMATION WANT TO HELP? To make a donation, mail or deliver it to Bit of Hope Ranch Inc., 5001 C.R. […]
Cat with a job also has a fan club Callie’s $515 vet bill came at a bad time, the end of the nonprofit’s budget year. But the cat has her admirers. They donated the money in a single day. By Diane Turbyfill Published: Sunday, November 23, 2014 at 12:43 PM. One of the […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejOS8hhrnyA This is to honor the volunteers and donors that have made Bit of Hope Ranch the amazing place it is today. Thanks for taking the time and effort to make a difference!