Check out Lovelane’s 2019 Annual Report! Thank you to our generous volunteers and donors for your thoughtful support this year! Click to view our 2019 Annual Report of Giving.
Mr. Chip Curran returned to Lovelane to present a $10,000 gift to support the programs for children with disabilities who ride and participate in horse and barn activities at Lovelane. Lovelane is grateful for the generosity of Winning Home and our years of friendship.
Lovelane is seeking dynamic and highly motivated interns to join our team! We offer meaningful internships with our Barn and Program teams. Interns are required to make a minimum commitment of 10 hours per week for at least eight weeks. These are unpaid internship opportunities. Lovelane’s interns work directly with […]
Lovelane’s board of directors is excited to announce that Megan Donovan will become Lovelane’s new Executive Director on October 1, 2019. Debby Sabin has been the Executive Director and the heart of Lovelane for the past thirty-one years. As Founder, Debby will remain on the board of directors, as well […]
As a working farm, Lovelane was in need of a truck for farm work, for pulling our horse trailer and for use for special events. Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund understood our needs and contributed to the purchase of our new (used!) Chevy Silverado. Lovelane requires rock stars for horses. These […]
Lovelane is grateful to the Cummings Foundation who has pledged $100,000 to Lovelane over four years. Please visit the Cummings Foundation website to learn more about their innovative and generous philanthropy in New England. http://www.cummingsfoundation.org/
The students in the Foundation for Metrowest Lexington Youth and Philanthropy program selected Lovelane to receive generous gifts that will go directly to serving our programs. We are so grateful for this gift and we admire all of the thoughtful students in this program. Thank you! To learn more about […]
The MDRT Foundation supports Lovelane with a gift presented by MDRT member Steve Bruneau with one of Lovelane’s (rock star) riders.
As a family-led foundation, the Roy A. Hunt Foundation’s grantmaking reflects the diverse interests of our individual Trustees. In FY17-18, the Foundation paid grants totaling $3.43 million. Lovelane is fortunate to have been selected by this foundation to support therapeutic riding for children with disabilities. Lovelane is grateful for this […]
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