This is what Correlare is all about, inspiring our non-profit friends to take initiative and partner together for the benefit of other non-profits as well!
Handi-Riders hosts summer camp to benefit special needs, businesses, veterans
PUBLISHED: June 12, 2018 at 3:10 pm | UPDATED: June 13, 2018 at 9:54 am
Handi-Riders a nonprofit will team up with local businesses to benefit the community, special needs and veterans at a summer camp on Friday. Handi-Riders has invited 14 local businesses and sponsors like PG&E, ARC, Little Red Hen, Ford in Gridley, Chico Creek Wholesale Nursery,Cleanrite Buildrite, Four Seasons Roofing to come together to provide a special last day of summer camp for children. This is the first of four one-week summer camps.
Barry Kirshner from The Wildlife Sanctuary will be bringing birds and reptiles from the sanctuary at 11 a.m. on Friday after summer camp. Donna Hernandez, Handi-Riders Executive Director said the more we are as a community helping each other out the better that we are as a community. “We’re trying to find solutions to help with fundraisers and we’re trying to get other nonprofits to work together.” Every week at the end of camp class the goal of the summer camp is to have someone special come out to the site she said.
The special events started as something special for her summer camp and she said she thought it would be nice to open it to other vendors and other businesses that has helped them out she said. To bring other nonprofits in to know who Handi-riders are is the goal.” Handi-Riders has been serving Northern California since 1981 by providing equine assisted therapy to children and adults suffering from physical, emotional and intellectual disabilities. Hernandez said the organization is not just for special needs. “We’re open to schools coming out ( to the program) as a class, we are open to a lot of things out in the public.”
The wildlife sanctuary is coming to the summer camp for free. Each summer camp is one week long. The first week is wildlife sanctuary, the second week is to be determined, the third week is liberty and bridleless demonstration and the fourth week is horse vaulting.The summer Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. Handi-riders are open to the public ages seven to 12 years old. Summer camp at Handi-Riders costs $275 for one week. The kids are on horses two hours a day. The dates for summer camp are:
June 11-15 ( spots are full)
June 18-22 ( spots are full)
June 25-29 (openings still available)
July 9-13 ( openings still available)
cont. online at: https://www.paradisepost.com/2018/06/12/handi-riders-hosts-summer-camp-to-benefit-special-needs-businesses-veterans/
Abilities & Possibilities
Sept. 13, 2018
Thursday Night Market | Downtown Plaza
On Thursday, Sept. 13th, Nor Cal agencies that serve people with developmental disabilities will come together to educate and inform Chico Downtown Thursday Night Market attendees on how to be inclusive and focus on the abilities, not the disabilities, of those we serve. The event will take place in the downtown Plaza with booths representing our agencies and our clients. We'll each have booths featuring hands-on activities and entertainment on the Plaza stage.
Correlare has selected
Inspire High school, Wildflower Elementary school and the Children's Choir of Chico
to partner together with us for a special fundraiser!
We have a beautiful original Falcone Grand Piano that is being raffled to raise funds for both schools music programs, as well as helping the Children's Choir of Chico to obtain a new piano.
This Falcone was originally purchased for $75,000 and was made when the Falcone family still owned the business!
"PAST SUCCESSFUL EVENTS"
Correlare is proud to have connected the Order Sons and Daughters of Italy in America with our friends at Live Nation and the L.A. Times for the 1st annual A TUTTA PIZZA! If you're in the area and want to see how pizza is truly made, come by and watch, learn and taste what the masters have perfected!
2018 RIBS AND RODS
Rolling Hills Casino , 2655 Everett Freeman Way, Corning, CA 96021
SUPPORTING THE HANDI-RIDERS
VOLUNTEER WITH HANDI-RIDERS AT THIS EVENT FOR HALF DAY
AND SPEND THE OTHER HALF OF THE DAY AT THE EVENT FOR FREE,
CONTACT US AT email@example.com if you are interested. If you are chosen to volunteer we will send you a confirmation email stating such.
The 2018 Wildflower Music Festival features ALO (Animal Liberation’s Orchestra) and has a full lineup of amazing talent all day! This is a day of fun for the whole family! Check out our kid's area with free activities, jump houses, petting zoo, crafts and more! Visit our food vendors for lunch, snacks, dinner & dessert, and don't forget to stop in for a Sierra Nevada brew all while listening and dancing to the best music Chico has to offer!
Chico Walks for Autism
Partnered with The Little Red Hen