How You Can Help

Our organization relies upon our volunteers, fundraisers, and donations; without our community of generous supporters we would not be able to continue enriching the lives of children and horses.

Donations: Please consider Three Treasures Farms when planning your charitable giving. Our "Donate" button allows you to safely make a contribution online through PayPal.

If you prefer to contribute by check, which allows the entire donation amount to go toward the non-profit programs without incurring the online processing fees, please send it to us at:

Three Treasures Farms
PO Box 1072
Creswell, OR 97426

We also gladly accept donations of hay and new or gently-used equipment, tack and clothing.

Matching Funds: Many companies offer to match funds on donations made by their employees to eligible organizations. When you make a donation, please check with your employer to see if you could make your gift could go even further.

Fundraisers: Please view our Special Events page for a list of our upcoming fundraiser events. These are a great way for our local supporters to help contribute by getting a massage or doing a little shopping, and our Executive Director makes herself available during fundraisers to answer your horse care questions and introduce you to our horses.


Hoodies

As a way of raising funds, we offer a variety of well-made, comfortable clothing and other merchandise featuring our logo. When you purchase one of our items for yourself or a loved one, you are helping a disadvantaged child or abused horse by contributing funding which not only goes to helping keep our programs running, but also spreads the word about our services. Our clothing is available at our fundraiser events, as well as at our online store.


'The Meeting' by Raevyn Carney

Local Portland artist, Raevyn Carney, has donated her time and talent to helping Three Treasures Farms with her latest piece ‘The Meeting’. It is available for purchase through Carney, and at our fundraiser events. Standalone prints are $20, and matted prints are $40 with additional custom framing available through Carney. All the proceeds from sales of ‘The Meeting’ go to benefit the non-profit programs of Three Treasures Farms.

Carney’s ‘The Meeting’ captures the love and beauty of the forest trails available for healing the souls of child and horse alike which Three Treasures Farms offers. For some students, the ability to explore and get in touch with nature is as important as the time they spend interacting with the horses and ponies. Pictured in the print is the late great horse teacher Kasabian, who in his life’s work with Three Treasures Farms taught hundreds of different children the freedom and love that comes with sharing the friendship of a horse.

Carney graduated from the California College of Arts and Crafts with a bachelor's degree in illustration. She uses her illustration to express her interest in mythology and fairy tales, feminism, women's spirituality and ecology. Carney is available for commission work and custom framing. To learn more about Raevyn Carney, visit her on the web www.raevyncarney.net, email her directly, or call 503-761-4443.


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It is with reverence and respect for children and horses that we commit our lives to improving theirs. Our goal with Three Treasures Farms is to assist others by lending our knowledge so that people are empowered to make their lives and the lives of horses better.