The foundation provides the necessary funding for not just the working ranch, but many other areas designed to provide opportunities for Foster and Homeless teens to grow and explore.


  • Scholarship funds for college education

  • Travel funds for schools trips, American history adventures, or study-abroad

  • Wedding funds to host weddings on the farm and to support healthy relationship-building

  • Entrepreneurship training in the form of renting booths at fairs and farmers markets to sell home-grown items and food

  • Service learning programs designed to teach teens to give back to their community, including training service dogs and becoming therapy horse instructors

  • Monthly "Sunday on the Ranch" BBQ promoting community integration and adult mentorship

  • Outside volunteers teach activities to broaden the teens' horizons, exploring subjects such as cooking, art, music, machine and auto restoration, construction, hiking and biking, sports, photography, etc.