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Central Ky. Riding for Hope unveils new logo, website as part of community education rebranding efforts

Central Kentucky Riding for Hope has unveiled a new logo and website as part of its rebranding efforts focused on community education of the life-changing results Therapeutic Riding and Horsemanship can produce.

Services offered at CKRH have developed in recent years to provide more than the cornerstone program of Therapeutic Riding. A variety of non-mounted programs are also available through the Equine-Assisted Learning and Mental Health sectors. This includes The STABLES with Fayette County Public Schools, HorseAbility with Easter Seals Cardinal Hill, Equine Assisted Survivors of Trauma Therapy with the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center and Charlotte Hiler Easley LCSW and so much more.

The intertwined horse and human in the new logo illustrates the importance of the connection formed between the two. Be it mounted or unmounted, this connection plays a great part in healing on many levels. The new tagline of “Horses Healing People” is fitting for clients, volunteers and anyone else who interacts with CKRH’s herd of equine therapists.

Maintaining the same URL of www.CKRH.org, the new website offers details on each of the services provided; pictures and success stories depict the joy experienced; and an online platform allows for a safe and easy way to make donations.

From Central Kentucky Riding for Hope

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