Camelot has offered its services at no charge to children and adults with disabilities since Eileen Szychowski saw her dream become a reality in 1980.
Our program exists solely on the support of people like you, who care about making a difference and know how profoundly horses can change lives. With your involvement, we look forward to a bright future of slaying the dragons of “I can’t”, one ride at a time. Please read on to learn the different ways that you can help.
Camelot’s funding comes solely from private donations, grants, corporate sponsorships, service clubs, and fundraising events. We receive no government funding. All funds are retained locally and all donations are tax-deductible according to IRS regulations relating to 501(c)(3) organizations. Please see our donations page for more information, or simply click on the “Donate” button on any page in our web site to help.
All the money in the world couldn’t maintain Camelot’s success without the dedicated involvement of the right people. Do you have what it takes to be a Camelot volunteer? Visit our volunteers page and find out. It could very well be the most personally rewarding decision you’ll ever make.
Throughout the lesson season, Camelot hosts several fundraising events, including educational clinics related to horsemanship. Please visit our event calendar to learn what’s coming up. You can support a great cause while enjoying yourself—what more could you ask for?
Goods and Services
We hold raffles and auctions in conjunction with some of our events, so donations of goods and services suitable for raffling and auctioning are always welcome. We can also use gift certificates from local tack stores like Greenway Saddlery, as well as from Ace Hardware and The Home Depot.