Can the loving heart of a horse help heal thebroken heart of a child? "Most certainly it can!" says Cindy Jones, newly appointed Director of the Two Hearts Horsemanship Program. "By bringing together the heart of the horse and the heart of a child through horsemanship training children learn communication skills, decision making abilites, and good judgment. More importantly they learn to love and trust again."
Sunshine Acres is located in Mesa, AZ and exists to provide a loving wholesome Christian home for children who are seperated from their parents and to help them establish long-term relationships with stable parental figures preparing them for success in adult life. Sunshine Acres was established in 1954 and exists entirely on private contributions.
If you love horses and children, Cindy Jones invites you to become a "Two Hearts" volunteer/supporter. A variety of support roles are immediately available for friends of Sunshine Acres to GET INVOLVED! To express your interets and discuss opportunities to help, simply call 480-832-2540.
Sunshine Acres Children's Home:
1. Receives no state or government support
2. Cares for 70 resident children who might otherwise be living on the street or in desrtuctive home situations
3. Survives through the miracles of philanthropic giving
Two Hearts Horsemanship Program:
1. Was started by Cindy Jones in August of 2009
2. Promotes full-emersion horsemanship training and responsibility for childrena t risk who live on the campus
3. Has 25 children actively involved in the program
4. Uses horsemanship training to open the broken hearts of these children and teaches the fundamentals of responsibility, integrity, and relationship dynamics
5. Is actively seeking volunteers in a variety of roles
Two Hearts Horsemanship Program Horses * Healing * Hope
Sunshine Acres Childrens Home
Two Hearts Horsemanship Program
3405 N. Higley Road
Mesa, AZ 85215