I Ride with Faith

Our Mission

Faith Equestrian Therapeutic Center Inc. is a 501(c)3- not for profit organization.

Faith Equestrian Therapeutic Center's (FETC) mission is to offer equine-assisted therapeutic and educational activities (EAAT) to help improve physical, behavioral, cognitive and emotional functioning in individuals with disabilities in a family-friendly recreational and educational environment. FETC offers its program to people with disabilities regardless of race, creed or financial need.

Twin Pines Horse Camp logoSummer Horse Camp 2014

Join us for our annual summer horse camps. Dates begin June 2, 2014 through July 25, 2014.

Many folks know us only by our center name. Twin Pines is the “Home” of Faith Equestrian Therapeutic Center. Twin Pines farm has developed a summer day camp program for able bodied children to help support the therapeutic program for special needs children. In this way families can bless families.

Your kids get an opportunity to enjoy a week of learning to ride horses, and care for them from a professional certified instructor with 40 years experience. Your camp donation provides the much needed financial support for our special needs children to enjoy activities with horses.

Download the 2014 Twin Pines Summer Camp brochure.

Thanks to Gulfstream Employees

Gulfstream chose F.E.T.C., one of 12 non-profit agencies who applied to United Way HandsOn Savannah, for several reasons.

"We loved the fact that there were kids involved and horses and veterans that serve our country and the fact that it was in Effingham Co. where so many of our employees live," said TimSteinhauser, Gulfstream's director of Customer Relations.

Steinhauser said he and other Gulfstream leaders took a hard look at where the company could best serve their community. The F.E.T.C. project was deemed as the best fit.

For photos, visit our Facebook page.

FETC In the News

Faith Equestrian has been in the news a great deal lately. WSAV, WJCL and WTOC came out to the center to do stories on the Gulfstream employees who are helping us do some rennovations through the United Way HandsOn Savannah, a program that connects service to opportunity in Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. We were also featured on WJCL about the Sensory Trail and how we assist children with autism.

SavannahNow/EffinghamNow included a story about our Special Olympic athletes who participated in the 2013 State Horse Show in Gainseville, GA.

If you happened to miss them, here are the links: