Since its founding in 2007, Project Horseshoe Farm has been dedicated to pursuing its 3 part mission of building on the strengths of our wonderful community, supporting better lives for our vulnerable neighbors, and preparing citizen service leaders for tomorrow's communities.
Community, Citizenship, and Engagement
Our relationship with our community is at the core of who we are as an organization. Greensboro and the "Black Belt" region is a wonderful, rich, complex, and deeply human place to call home.
It is Project Horseshoe Farm's mission to engage and work with our community to reinforce and build upon its strengths and values. Project Horseshoe Farm also aims to provide structure to support members of our community interested in providing help and service to our vulnerable neighbors.
It is becoming increasingly clear that effective service to the most vulnerable among us requires an integrated approach that spans biological, psychological, social, and community dimensions.
It is Horseshoe Farm's mission to provide service leader driven and relationship focused community-based programs that improve the quality of life of vulnerable residents of Hale County and the Black Belt Region.
Healthcare, education, and many of the other institutions that form the foundations of our communities are in a period of rapid change. We believe that we are going to need a generation of citizen service leaders who can help us see and build a better future for communities across our State and nation.
It is Horseshoe Farm's mission to expose promising future community-based service leaders to ideas, skills, and experiences that will help prepare them to become more discerning and effective leaders for tomorrow’s communities.