Students and Volunteers
Dream Catchers is a PATH Premier Accredited Center
CFC Code – 88074
CVC Code – 4010
Welcome to Dream Catchers!
Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Therapeutic Riding Center in Virginia is a PATH International premier accredited center serving Williamsburg, the greater Hampton Roads and Richmond areas.
Each year, Dream Catchers provides more than 4,000 therapeutic riding lessons to help children and adults with special needs reach their potential and make their dreams come true.
A 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, Dream Catchers relies on the generous support of the community and volunteers to achieve its mission. Learn more
~ What’s New ~
Bridles & Bow Ties Is Sold Out!!!
If you didn’t get your ticket…. Please consider donating to the Sikich Challenge or ask someone who’s going to bid in the Auction for you!
May 18th 2013
$20,000 Matching Challenge for our 20th Anniversary
To celebrate our 20th Anniversary, John & Susan Sikich will donate $20,000 as a “challenge match” if we raise $20,000 for Dream Rider Scholarships!
We are forever grateful for Riverside Health Systems generous title sponsorship of $7,500!
Bridles & Bow Ties is an exciting evening
tours of our riding facility,
a student riding demonstration,
cocktails and an elegant dinner catered by The Catering Company,
and a live auction with extraordinary trips and packages!
$100 per ticket
Festivities begin at 5:30 pm at Dream Catchers
Bridles & Bow Ties is held at our therapeutic riding center in Toano, Virginia.
Its’ purpose is to share Dream Catchers’ mission,
to celebrate the successes of our program participants,
and to introduce our staff and volunteers to the community.
It also serves as our major fundraising event of the year ~
anticipated revenue from Bridles & Bow Ties
represents 14% of our annual operating budget.
The Autism Research
Our very own Kim Wendell & Sandy Ward, PhD, were featured on a recent NPR Radio Program highlighting The Autism Research!
Click HERE for The Autism Research on the NPR Radio Program
“Horses change lives. They give our young people confidence and self-esteem. They provide peace and tranquility to troubled souls, they give us hope!”
~ Toni Robinson