The work we do at Silver Buckle Ranch wouldn't be possible without the support and help of our volunteers and donors. Interested in giving back to Silver Buckle? Here's how you can get involved. 

 

Make A Donation

The community agencies that we partner with consistently refer children and families to our programs. The reason? They believe in what we do at the ranch and see the results first hand. Silver Buckle Ranch makes a lasting and positive impact in the lives of families in Clark County and surrounding areas. Join us in making a difference in our community by supporting our mission and donating to Silver Buckle Ranch. Your tax deductible contribution allows us to continue to provide quality programs to our students, top notch care to our herd, and most importantly, scholarships to children in our neighborhoods who need our services the most. Stand with us and give the gift of hope and the promise of a brighter future by donating to Silver Buckle Ranch.

Send your donations to:       Silver Buckle Ranch, P.O. Box 1416, Brush Prairie, WA  98606
                                                  or email us at info@silverbuckleranch.org to find out when you can visit in person.

 

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

We appreciate your interest in volunteering with Silver Buckle Ranch. Our volunteers make the programs at Silver Buckle Ranch possible! To become a Silver Buckle volunteer download and fill out an application (link below). 

We receive volunteer applications throughout the year. Our need for volunteers fluctuates during various seasons. Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for your application to be processed.

Contact info@silverbuckleranch.org or call (360) 260-8932 for more information about volunteering at Silver Buckle Ranch. 

Emily and Neva September 2015

Emily and Neva September 2015


rent our facilities

Silver Buckle Ranch is available to rent for events, team practices, and clinics. Contact info@silverbuckleranch.org or call (360) 260 - 8932 for information about booking and availability. 

Our facility features the following:

  • Furnished classroom with tables, chairs, refrigerator, freezer and microwave
  • 60 x 180 covered indoor arena
  • 150 x 280 outdoor arena
  • Main barn with 11 stalls
  • Additional seven stalls beside covered indoor arena
  • Hay and maintenance buildings
  • Fenced horse pastures with shelters
  • 20 additional acres of open field with a trail course

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“My name is Brian Van Dyke and I work for the agency Family Solutions. I counsel children and teens who struggle with emotional and behavioral challenges. One of my clients “Simon” has been involved with Silver Buckle for the past ten months. When I first started working with “Simon” he struggled with anxiety and depression. Before beginning the Silver Buckle program he was a timid and quiet little boy who had trouble answering any question or responding when someone said his name. His tendency was to give up whenever faced with challenges and never speak above a quiet mumble. During the program he was challenged to answer with confidence, speak in a clear audible voice, show respect to his leaders and peers, and most important to strive to persevere through challenges to complete every task he started . He has not only learned riding skills and how to care for horses, but he has also learned the importance of doing things with a good attitude and taking pride in what he does. He is now a boy who is willing to try new things even when afraid and even take initiative when he sees work that needs to be done. It has been a challenge for him in this program but I have clearly seen the benefits and hope to introduce future clients to this wonderful program.”
— Brian Van Dyke, Family Support Specialist, Family Solutions