The Fallbrook Woman's Club organizes, participates, and produces several community fundraising events annually:
President's Annual Project
Mah Jong with Friends
Sees Candy Sales
Carriage House Players Mystery Play
Clubs Miscellaneous Auctions
You can learn more about the President's project below and our philanthropic focus and a full list of 2023 recipients here.
The Fallbrook Woman's Club welcomes donations in any amount. All donations go to excellent programs in support of our community.
To make your donation, please write your check to the Fallbrook Woman's Club and mail it to:
P.O. Box 208
Fallbrook, CA 92088
President's Project (2023/2024 and 2024/2025): Reins Therapeutic Horsemanship Program
REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program offers adaptive riding to those with disabilities and diagnoses.
Founded in 1984, REINS started in the backyard of a home in San Marcos with a few horses, a few kids and a lot of passionate people. Today REINS is one of the largest Equine Assisted Services (EAS) programs in Southern California. Holding the title of PATH Intl. Premier Accredited Center, REINS is among the top 3% of centers in the world, signifying that the program adheres to the highest standards of safety and excellence.
REINS is and has always been committed to keeping our students in the saddle regardless of cost. Families and those with disabilities can face hundreds of thousands of dollars in unexpected costs. Because of our commitment to our students, we offer lessons at 1/3rd of the actual cost and offer full scholarships for those who face extreme financial difficulties. REINS relies on the generosity of private donors and institutions to uphold this commitment to never turn a student away.
REINS' vision and impact have grown along with our program's expansion to include mental health and Equine Assisted Learning services to Veterans, Active-duty military, addiction rehabilitation, and foster/displaced youth. Mental health is a primary concern for experts in our community and REINS is doing our part to address those most in need of these services.
REINS welcomes all to reach out and schedule a private tour of the facility.
Contact Executive Director Kaitlyn Siewert at www.reinsprogram.org or (760)-731-9168.