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Activities Minis 2 Love has participated in once or multiple times

  • Our first visit was to Hope Arbor at Isle of Hope UMC where they provide day care for Alzheimer's seniors. We try to go one Tuesday and one Thursday each month.

  • The second place we visited was Azalealand Nursing home. We visit there and do small groups and bedside visits. 

  • We have visited Thunderbolt Transitional Care and Rehabilitation and Bryan County Health and Rehab as well.

  • We have visited several of the Senior Centers in the area: Ruth Byck, Thunderbolt, and Pt. Wentworth.

  • We have been part of a Make-A-Wish event.

  • We've been a part of the Fall Festival at Skidaway Island UMC for 3 years.

  • We were the program for Skidaway Island's Wednesday night dinner, for two PEO meetings and for a volunteer lunch at Hospice Savannah. 

  • We have visited several area retirement communities, including Savannah Square, The Oaks in Pooler, and Magnolia Manor.

  • We've visited residents in several Alzheimer's units.

  • We are now certified Hospice Savannah volunteers and try to visit patients, families and staff members once a month.

  • We had a beautiful visit with the women at New Beginnings center for recovering substance abuse women.  

  • We attended the Southbridge Fall Festival. 

  • We have worked with The Veteran's Affairs to train veterans to work with the horses. They also come out to the barn and help clean up the pasture and stalls and groom the horses. 

  • We have visited two homes where children have degenerative muscular diseases. The children were clearly excited by the presence of the horses. 

Our Future Goals

Minis 2 Love hopes to be able to 


  • visit homes where families have suffered sudden loss of a loved one.

  • visit schools to see children who may be in crisis.

  • work with the police department to provide services to children who are in crisis.

  • go to the airport to act as a stress reliever for travelers and distraction to those who may have just said goodbye to a loved one.

  • work with our military bases to provide the same type of emotional support.


Walks Downtown Savannah
Taking the horses downtown provided lots of opportunity for desensitization training. A primary goal during training to get the horses basically bombproof, meaning they don't have any response to sudden noises or movements. They are exposed to sounds of trucks, cars, sirens. They meet all types of people and deal with crowds. Some businesses even allow us to come inside which puts us in close spaces and walking on different flooring. 

Photos from our visits are below and throughout the website. Enjoy! 

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