Day of Caring- Dixon Hughes Goodman

Trident United Way's #DayofCaring was amazing! Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP cleared fence lines, replaced boards, cleaned halters, cleaned flymasks, and swept away the cobwebs. Many thanks from the LEAP (Lowcountry Equine Assisted Psychotherapy) team. (images ©MCG Photography)

November 18, 2016

Dixon Hughes Goodman Volunteer

Day of Caring -Boeing

Trident United Way's #DayofCaring Part 2 made a huge impact for LEAP (Lowcountry Equine Assisted Psychotherapy)! The 'We Are Boeing SC' group cut down trees, cleared fence lines, replaced boards, cleaned brushes, moved a ton of limbs and re-located a shelter. (images ©MCG Photography)

November 19, 2016

Boeing Day of Caring with LEAP

First Annual Horse Power Heals

June 11, 2016. Poker Run and Donate to Win with Low Country Harley-Davidson.

Benefitting LEAP and Supporting Our Veterans.

images © MCG Photography


Riverdog's Team Training

Wednesday -July 10, 2013

Join LEAP (Lowcountry Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy) & The Charleston Riverdogs for a night during HOPE week – a week-long philanthropic initiative for deserving individuals, families, and organizations in the Lowcountry. Proceeds from these special ticket sales go to support LEAP.

LEAP brings horses and experienced, highly trained therapists together to assist those who are experiencing behavioral, emotional, or psychological challenges. LEAP’s non-profit mission is to enrich the quality of life and relationships of residents of the South Carolina Lowcountry, regardless of race, creed, color, gender, age, or economic status.

Meet“Bigsby” – one of our miniature therapy horses!! The Riverdogs team will visit LEAP earlier in the day for Equine-Assisted Teambuilding. Highlights from this session will be shown during the game! Tickets are available for a minimum donation of $10 each. Please contact LEAP for available pick-up locations or delivery options.


Day of Discovery

Bugby Planation, Wadmalaw Island

April 27, 2013

Demonstrations and Children’s Corral
Please join us for food, music, demonstrations, and conversations with equine professionals (both 2 legged and 4…) and to remind yourself just how calming it feels to be outside. Horses have been a part of our psyches for hundreds of years, and finally, science and the media have caught on to the wonders of how they help heal trauma and abuse, deal with addiction, increase self-esteem, and give us the courage to dive into those core issues that just won’t budge with traditional methods.

Come and see for yourself how Equine Assisted Pyschotherapy and Equine Assisted Learning provide the novelty, physical activity, and enriching environment, shown to optimize mind-body healing. No cost, however donations are greatly appreciated. Just come and enjoy yourself!