[Heads Up Therapy] – Do you have a love for horses? For our military heroes? If you answered YES to one or both of these questions, please join us this Sunday, Veterans Day, Nov. 11, for a very special fundraising event.
Did you know that California tops the list with the highest number of returning veterans, of which 10,000 live right here in the SCV? Heads Up Therapy on Horseback has a new program all set to launch that is dedicated to improving the quality life for our returning heroes.
HORSES FOR HEROES brings together returning soldiers, both mentally and/or physically injured from battle, and horses for a riding program that provides healing and hope. Horse therapy has a long history of success, first used by the ancient Greeks as a healing technique for their mentally and physically injured soldiers returning from battle.
Heads Up Therapy, already a well established theraputic riding program for youth, is excited to offer this new program to our veterans. We need your financial help. Be a part of giving back to those who have given so much for our freedom.
Delightful Lunch of Tea and Sandwiches
Stand Up Comedian
Beautiful Stylings by Vocalist T Katz
Violist Julie Rogers-Pomilia (co-host of “Around the Barn”)
* Sunday, Nov. 11, 1:00 -4:00 p.m.
* Robinson Ranch Country Club
* Tickets to the Horses for Heroes Tea are $35 each
* A table of 8 is $280
* Tickets contact Bev Hartigan 818-253-5948
Donations to HORSES FOR HEROES gratefully accepted!
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