CORRAL Riding Academy and Triangle Land Conservancy Forge Partnership to Expand Mission

CORRAL girls with TLC staff celebrating the partnership and WIlliamson Preserve

CORRAL Riding Academy, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to empowering at-risk young women through equine therapy, is proud to announce a significant milestone in its mission-driven work. In collaboration with the Triangle Land Conservancy (TLC), CORRAL has secured access to its second farm on the Williamson Preserve, marking a pivotal moment in the organization’s expansion efforts.

Over a year ago, through the unwavering support and partnership with TLC, CORRAL Riding Academy gained access to the Williamson Preserve, enabling the organization to further its mission of providing transformative opportunities for vulnerable youth in the community. This partnership underscores CORRAL’s commitment to collaboration over competition within the non-profit sector, dispelling misconceptions surrounding the perceived rivalry among such organizations.

In an environment where non-profits are often perceived as working in silos, CORRAL, and TLC have demonstrated the power of synergy by pooling resources and expertise to create a more substantial impact on the community. By leveraging shared values and complementary missions, both organizations have enhanced their ability to serve the needs of the community effectively.

“We are thrilled to deepen our partnership with the Triangle Land Conservancy,” said Joy Currey, Executive Director at CORRAL Riding Academy. “This collaboration not only amplifies our impact but also showcases the importance of fostering meaningful relationships within the non-profit sector. Together, we are stronger and better positioned to address the challenges facing our community.”

The collaboration between CORRAL and TLC extends beyond shared access to the Williamson Preserve. It reflects a broader commitment to working together towards a common goal of creating positive social change and promoting environmental stewardship. The synergy between the two organizations has also sparked interest among donors, who recognize the value of strategic partnerships in maximizing their philanthropic investments.

“We are proud to partner with CORRAL Riding Academy in their mission to empower young women through equine therapy,” said Sabrina Patel, Director of Partnerships at Triangle Land Conservancy. “This collaboration exemplifies the transformative power of collaboration within the non-profit sector and underscores our shared commitment to building a more resilient and inclusive community.”

Looking ahead, CORRAL Riding Academy and Triangle Land Conservancy are excited about the prospect of future collaborations, including the potential development of a third farm in Durham. By continuing to work together, both organizations aim to expand their impact, reach more individuals in need, and foster a culture of collaboration that transcends traditional boundaries within the non-profit sector.

For media inquiries or further information, please contact:

Bianqa Bizune
Marketing Manager
CORRAL Riding Academy

About CORRAL Riding Academy:

CORRAL Riding Academy is a non-profit organization based in Cary, North Carolina, dedicated to providing healing, hope, and purpose to at-risk young women through equine therapy and mentorship programs. By harnessing the transformative power of horses, CORRAL empowers participants to overcome adversity, build resilience, and achieve their full potential.


About Triangle Land Conservancy:

Triangle Land Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving and protecting natural resources in the Triangle region of North Carolina. Through land acquisition, stewardship, and community engagement, TLC works to preserve open spaces, safeguard water quality, and promote outdoor recreation for future generations.


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