SUPPORTER TESTAMONIALS: Ernie Pomerleau, President, Pomerleau Real Estate: "All youth are at risk and have ample opportunities to get side tracked in an unhealthy direction. Community and family supports are essential to help all kids stay focused, make thoughtful choices, and avoid the numerous temptations of risky behaviors that have tragic consequences for all involved. The farm based programming of Unbound Grace answers the need for community connections for our Vermont youth." Michael Schirling, Chief of Burlington Police Department: "The best investments we can make to promote youth safety and prevent drug addiction and associated crime, is to invest in programming that provide youth with the positive learning activities and supportive guidance. Working on a farm and building skills to connect to a healthy future make risky behaviors less attractive." Bill Sorrell, Attorney General: "When it comes to avoiding opiates addiction, prevention is key. In our predominately rural state, providing accessible, enriching, healthy alternatives to drug experimentation for our youth should be a priority. Unbound Grace programs deserve our strong support."
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Summer Camp 2016 Dates Announced!

Summer Camp 2016 Dates Announced!

Vermont youth – get excited!!! Unbound Grace’s Sentinel Farm Arts, Agriculture and Equestrian Camp has announced summer 2016 dates. Make your summer plans super!!!!! Find all summer camp forms here. Summer 2016 Schedule Week 1: June 13-17 (if snow days push back the last day of school, alternate week is June...
Tom Pelham's: Healthy Behavior at the Health Department

Tom Pelham’s: Healthy Behavior at the Health Department

Tom Pelham’s article in the Vermont digger responds to attending a session held by the Vermont Health Department: “Community-Based Prevention Funding Process”. The aim of the session was to solicit feedback regarding the best ways to fund programs promoting positive health and lifestyle choices – all things right up our collective...
Take 5 & Give a Child a Hand

Take 5 & Give a Child a Hand

We have started a “Take 5 & Give a Child a Hand” programming scholarship campaign. A $5 contribution to Unbound Grace takes a minute and transfigures the proactive powerful intention of one individual voice into real lives changed! No matter where you live – when each of us takes part...
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Summer Camp 2016 Dates Announced!

Vermont youth – get excited!!! Unbound Grace’s Sentinel Farm Arts, Agriculture and Equestrian Camp has announced summer 2016 dates. Make your summer plans super!!!!! Find all summer camp forms here. Summer 2016 Schedule Week 1: June 13-17 (if snow days push back the last day of school, alternate week is June 20-24) Week 2: June 27-July...

Tom Pelham’s: Healthy Behavior at the Health Department – how Unbound Grace can help VT’s youth.

Tom Pelham’s article in the Vermont digger responds to attending a session held by the Vermont Health Department: “Community-Based Prevention Funding Process”. The aim of the session was to solicit feedback regarding the best ways to fund programs promoting positive health and lifestyle choices – all things right up our collective alley here at Unbound Grace....

Winter Camp!!! February 15-19.

Come rock winter February 15th to 19th at the farm — hiking, horses, art projects, learning animal tracks, games and baking!!!! Check our the flyer link below for more information.

The horses come running….an integral part of the farm at Unbound Grace

The horses come running…

Unbound Grace Newsletter – End of Summer 2015

Check out all the news from Unbound Grace! I am a friend OR I am a local business  

Unbound Grace Annual Big Barn Dance! September 26

Unbound Grace’s annual Big Barn Dance will take place Saturday, September 26th at Sentinel Farm. Come celebrate and support OUR amazing youth with a Barn Dance and Family Field Day! Games starting at 4pm, Harvest BBQ Potluck at 5:30pm and LIVE MUSIC from Gumbo Ya Ya from 6:30pm on!!!      
Unbound Grace Annual Big Barn Dance! September 26

Unbound Grace Annual Big Barn Dance! September 26

Unbound Grace’s annual Big Barn Dance will take place Saturday, September 26th at Sentinel Farm. Come celebrate and support OUR amazing youth with a Barn Dance and Family Field Day! Games starting at 4pm, Harvest BBQ Potluck at 5:30pm and LIVE MUSIC from Gumbo Ya Ya from 6:30pm on!!!  

2015 Summer camp information and registration forms here!

Get ready for an awesome summer of youth camps at Sentinel Farms supported by Unbound Grace. Download your camp forms here. Find more information on the program page. Camp runs five days /week and begins on Monday at 9:00 – 3:30. Friday has an early pick up at 11:30 am. Weather allowing – Thursday begins at...
Final week of 2015 summer camps! August 17-21.

Final week of 2015 summer camps! August 17-21.

The final week of camp is right around the corner. August 17-21. Download your registration form here. Camp runs five days /week and begins on Monday  and runs from 8:30 – 2:30 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Camp on Thursday begins at 9:00am and includes an optional overnight camp out on the hill with the pick up time...

Support Unbound Grace ~ Sentinel Farms at Kids Night Out Open Gym at Green Mountain Gymnastics

Addressing long-term health and fitness of our youth. Proceeds will help support Unbound Grace Farm-Based, Health-Focused Youth Programming achieve their goal of an Indoor Programming Space & Arena! Friday, April 10th 6:30 — 8:30 p.m. $12 Per Person Ages 7 & Up Green Mountain Gymnastics 260 D Avenue #30 Williston, VT Detailed event info: Bring...
Addison County Independent Feature of Unbound Grace's Youth Advocacy Day!

Addison County Independent Feature of Unbound Grace’s Youth Advocacy Day!

  Check out the whole story here!

Support Unbound Grace ~ Sentinel Farms!! Kids Night Out Open Gym: April 10 6:30-8:30, Green Mountain Gymnastics in Williston

My name is Olivia. I am 14 years old and I live in Williston. I was fortunate enough to have a quality after school program from kindergarten through fourth grade. There were two wonderful caregivers and mentors that worked at my after school program, who I still remain close to today. Although I am fourteen...