May 3, 2014 – 3rd Annual Simple Changes Kentucky Derby party! www.simplechangesderby.org
May 18, 2014 – Spring Open House and Pony Rides May 18, 2014 day in Lorton.
March 2014 – Simple Changes is featured on ABC’s Pay it Forward Segment! See our Videos page to watch us in work!
October 2013 – Simple Changes takes 8 riders to the annual TRAV horse show in Lexington, VA. They all did awesome as expected!
June 2013 – Simple Changes annual camp week. 8 riders joined us for an intense week of horses!
July 2012 – Simple Changes 2012 Summer Fund Drive is sent out. Please help keep the momentium going! We should hear from the BLM on their plans to renovate the barn at Meadowood. We are looking forward to a better barn for the humans and horses!
June 2012 – Simple Changes holds camp week. Six riders had a great time getting an intense week of riding, grooming, and learning to take care of the horses.
May 2012 – Simple Changes hosts its first Kentucky Derby Party. What a huge success! We also hold our annual Open House/Pony Ride Day at Meadowood with a great crowd from the community.
March 2012 – Simple Changes’ Program Director, Jenny Spain, gives birth to Clara Jaime Freckleton-Spain.
March 2012 – Simple Changes is proud to be re-accredited as a Premier Center by PATH International.
March 2012 – Virginia House Joint Resolution commending Simple Changes passed.
February 2012 – Simple Changes featured on Harris’ Heroes segment of WJLA news.
December 2011 – Simple Changes’ Executive Director, Corliss Wallingford, earns her designation of Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning from PATH International.
July 2011 – The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington is proud to announce that Simple Changes, a Virginia-based therapeutic riding program for individuals with disabilities, has been selected to be featured in its 2011-12 Catalogue. A panel of 110 expert reviewers from area foundations, corporate giving programs and peer nonprofit organizations evaluated 270 applications and identified Simple Changes as one of 70 “outstanding nonprofits” to be featured in the Catalogue.