Hurricanes, earthquakes, droughts and more......All have presented us challenges that we have never faced before. If it is not the economy we are talking about, it is the unusual weather that has us all wondering what is next in the face of change.
Personal Ponies is extremely grateful to Global Giving for having the opportunity to share our program with so many of its members and to be able to introduce what we do to people we would have never met without their support. As a result of our Global Giving donations, Personal Ponies has been able to provide much needed support to volunteers in our program. Support comes in so many various colors...from help with transport, to help with storm clean up, to providing temporary funds for hay, etc.
Our program is entering its 27th year and for years upon years we have had a waiting list for people to have a pair of our ponies. With the economy in the state it is in and various challenges presented by mother nature, we have had to support our volunteers more than in previous years. Right now we have several ponies to relocate and find new volunteers to care for them. The cost to bring them up to date with health papers and provide transport is very high. Global Giving gives us a way to raise funds to be supportive and make sure our ponies get to their new families and serve their children.
Thank all of you have been willing to learn about our program and support us financially. Please share our program with others and do visit us on facebook and join our fanpage. http://www.facebook.com/PersonalPonies
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