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Mark your calendars! Colorado Gives Day is on December 6th!

Save the Date! Colorado's largest day of giving is on Tuesday, December 7th! On Colorado Gives Day, thousands of Coloradoans will come together to celebrate the generosity of our state and support local non profits like ours.

Be a part of this statewide movement and schedule your donation today! Your donation on Colorado Gives Day will go even further thanks to the $1 Million Incentive Fund from the Community First Foundation and FirstBank, which is a pool of dollars that increases in value with every donation made through

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Donate via the PayPal Giving Fund 


Donate by shopping at King Soopers

Join the King Soopers Community Rewards Program. Every time you shop at King Soopers and use your linked King Soopers card, 5% of your purchase will be donated to Miracles Therapeutic Riding Center. Here's how:

1.  Visit


2.  Sign in or Create a new account


3.  Select "King Sooper Community Rewards" at bottom left of page

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4.  Select "Enroll now"


5.  Enter "Miracles Therapeutic Riding Center" or "KU778" in the Organization Box


From that point on, any time you shop at King Soopers, enter your card or Alt ID and Miracles will receive a portion of your purchase as a donation.

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​Donate by shopping at Amazon Smile 


For Amazon, just go to rather than


Below the search bar, there is a line saying "Supporting" followed by a pull-down menu

Select "Miracles Therapeutic Riding Center"

From that point on, just shop as usual (Prime also works the same as before). A percentage of all of your subsequent purchases will be donated to Miracles.


To support us, always shop at


Try these two easy ways to start with a smile:


1. Bookmark AmazonSmile now by pressing Control B on your keyboard. Drag this box to your bookmarks or favorites bar to create a shortcut to


2. Install the Amazon Assistant to get easy access to Product Comparisons, Deal of the Day, and time-saving shortcuts, which all link to

Other Ways to Donate: 


In-kind donations are accepted at any time in cash or check form.

Supply donations are accepted at any time. They can be dropped off Tuesday-Friday in the evening or on Saturdays during the morning and early afternoon. Things such as gloves, boots, leather cleaning items, paper towels, tissues, office supplies, games, equine tack and grooming items, and basically anything else you might think of!

Service donations are welcomed for care including but not limited to vet, chiropractic, farrier, and holistic care. Help us by helping our horses with your expertise.


Horse donations are accepted after evaluation of the equine.


Please contact Chris at (303) 883-4667 for more information on how to submit a donation.

Supply Donation Wish List:

Keeping our herd of wonderful horses happy and healthy, and providing our riders with the best possible equipment are ongoing tasks at Miracles Therapeutic Riding Center. When you donate to our program, below are some of the expenses and purchases you are helping us provide. 

If you would like to donate any of the below services or supplies to Miracles, please contact us for more information on how you can help.

Regular expenses:

Horse board - $500/month

Grain for 1 horse - $30/month

Supplements per horse - $30/month

Horse treats - $35/month

Farrier services (no shoes) - $60 every 6 weeks

Farrier services (shoes) - $160 every 6 weeks

Seasonal supplies:

Seasonal shots per horse - $125 every 6 months

Fly masks with ears - $35/horse

Fly sheets - $100/horse

Winter blanket - $125/horse


Tack needs (need not be new but must be in good shape):

2 Dr Cook Bitless bridles - $93/each, new

Western saddle, full quarter horse bars, 17" or more seat (not too heavy)

Western saddle, draft horse size, 16-17" or more seat (not too heavy)


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