Community Programming


PFF offers a decompression space for veterans through ongoing partnerships with local legions and Reclaiming the Reins equine-assisted therapy. We encourage veterans to utilize our facility as a productive volunteer space and as a space to connect with their families. Over the next year, we will be implementing strategies to make our facility optimally accessible for veterans and family members with limited mobility.

Low-income Families

PFF partners with Milton Hershey School, a private education facility for children from lower-income families, to host barn visits several times per year. These children are afforded the opportunity to work on volunteer projects while learning about and assisting with the care of our horses.

In 2014, we instituted the Winnie’s Way Scholarship, named for our very first lesson horse. This scholarship covers the cost of up to 8 riding lessons for a child of low-income background. Scholarships are awarded on a quarterly cycle, and children up to age 19 are eligible.

At-risk Youth

In partnership with Schaffner Youth Center, PFF offers a unique way to fulfill community service requirements. This provides the participants an alternative means of learning responsibility and respect.