viernes, mayo 24

Storm destroys equine therapeutic facilities for disable in Yuma

YUMA, Arizona- Saddles of Joy, Inc., a non-profit organization providing and equine therapeutic riding program that serves special needs children, people with disabilities, their families and the community in Yuma was hit by the storm on Saturday night.
According to representatives, “thankfully all animals are fine, but we have so much physical damage. We will not be defeated but we need your help.”
A Go Fund Me account has been opened by Susan Solstice Executive Director with the organization, who says members worked hard on the clean-up and after a power outage, electricity went back at the end of the day.
“Grateful for the awesome response from the awesome Yuma community. People are really outdoing themselves down there today. Thank you!” she said.
Some pictures of the organization social media show the material damages of the storm like broken walls, a large tree fallen over structures and offices, among others.
Saddles Of Joy Inc. mission is to provide all those who come to them with a healthy learning environment that contributes to healing the body, mind, and spirit.
All those who would like to donate can visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/weather-disaster-at-saddles-of-joy?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cf%20share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR0glxBApC22W9kzHeKWbr5QS-eud6dGAGUYvKzYqm1-w1hNaJkaqswANE0.
On Sunday evening the organization has collected 1,200 dollars, and the goal is to obtain $5,000.