The Marley Project, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) dedicated to Equine Assisted Services including Equine Assisted Learning, Equine Rescue, and Equine Based Public Service projects. Our foundation provides and supports programs for Mental Health and Wellness, Equine Experiences through Arts and Literacy Integration and collaborations with local charity organizations. Funding donations to the non-profit provide services for those in need with discounted scholarships and learning programs for law enforcement, educators, caregivers and children. Contributions also support work with the rescue horses used in our programs and provide materials for our equine and community events.
Learn more about our Human and Equine Collaborative Team. We are equine service providers, educators, life-coaches and artists in residence who incorporate horses, wellness and transformation in our sessions through the story process, whether in a round pen, an arena, an office, or online. NOTE: Our Collaborative Team consists of equine professionals, certified education specialists, experienced coaches, consultants and other industry leaders. We also have access to a network of mental health counselors and professionals for any client or situation with deeper mental challenges or mental health implications and would require consultation in that circumstance.
The Marley Project, Inc. was founded in 2002 as a Service Organization and received our IRS 501(c)(3) designation in 2015.
In 2003, we organized the Kershaw County Patriotic Rally to benefit local family members of deployed military with all proceeds distributed through the Kershaw County United Way. We have partnered annually with the Kershaw County Humane Society through the Food Truck Fest with all proceeds to benefit the Thiel Meyer Adoption Center. We typically host several Marley's Round Up events throughout the year.
We began hosting the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Camden Tour Stop in 2016 as an annual fundraising event to bring awareness about equine issues to the local community.
Our mission is to provide Equine Assisted Services through Equine Assisted Learning and Equine Based Horsemanship. Our services include Equine Assisted Learning though Coaching and Education, Equine Rescue, and Equine Based Public Service projects. Our foundation provides and supports programs for Mental Health and Wellness, Equine Experiences through Arts and Literacy Integration and collaborations with local charity organizations. Funding donations support work with the rescue horses that we use in our programs, supplies and materials provided for our events, and sessions provided at no cost to the participant based on need. Our goal is to show that horses are more important now for human wellness, if not survival, than ever before.
Learn more about our programs, from Marley's Round Up Arts Integration and Literacy Events to Natural HumanshipTM sessions. Here Marley has time for a "Read In" with Li'l Herc, the fun-loving Lusitano character based on a real-life horse!) created by Suzanne Kopp-Moscow and illustrated by Beatrice Bulteau.
Experience a shift in Mindset
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Your donation will provide support toward an Equine Assisted Learning session for an individual participant or a small group Introductory learning experience.
THE MARLEY PROJECT, INC. IS AN IRS-APPROVED NON-PROFIT 501(C)(3).
FEDERAL TAX ID: 47-5437047
Your donation will provide monthly support for one of our rescued horses, Willie or Mac. Your funding may help by providing hay, grain or a portion of regular veterinary care.
Your donation will provide equine literature or art supplies for a community event. We typically provide 10 to 15 books per event and/or create 100+ art projects as "Make and Take" creations.
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