Project Horseshoe Farm was founded in 2007, on the idea that we must come
together as communities around our strengths to meet the needs of our
children, seniors, and adults with mental illness. In the rural community of Greensboro, Alabama, Project Horseshoe Farm continues to strive to work with the community to pursue the organization’s three part mission of Service, Community, and Leadership Development.
Service: To initiate, develop, and carry out social entrepreneurial, service
leadership driven, and relationship focused community based programs
that improve the quality of life of vulnerable residents of Hale County
and the Black Belt Region.
Community: To engage and work with our community to help reinforce and build
upon its strengths and values. Through our service programs, to provide
added opportunities and support to members of our community interested
in providing help and service to its vulnerable members.
Leadership Development and Education: To expose promising prospective community based service leaders,
especially those interested in medicine, healthcare, and education, to
ideas, skills, and experiences that will help prepare them to become
more discerning and effective leaders for tomorrow’s communities.