Ivy Hill Therapeutic Equestrian Center Serving all individuals with unique abilities and health needs

AHA Makes Ivy Hill Donation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PERKASIE:  Rick Leonetti, Sr. and Don G. Lugg, President and Vice-President of Athletes Helping Athletes, Inc. presented Ivy Hill Foundation with a check for $5000 to support its equestrian programs for special needs children and adults on Wednesday, March 25th, at its new equestrian center located at 1811 Mill Road.

“It is our pleasure to make our donation every year to help support Ivy Hill and the wonderful program they run,” said Leonetti.

“Don and I were blown away by the size and structure of your beautiful new facility. It was incredible even on such a dreary, rainy, and cold day,” Leonetti said.

Athletes Helping Athletes Inc. exists to provide both financial support through fund-raising for Special Olympics and Special Needs Programs throughout Bucks County and the surrounding area.

“For all of us that put or heart and soul into Ivy Hill’s mission, I want to thank Rick, Don and everyone involved with AHA for their continuing support,” said Ivy Hill Foundation President Chris Brockett.

“AHA is great example of the passion that it takes to change attitudes and, ultimately, the world in which we live. We hope we contribute to that enlightenment,” Brockett said.

The mission of Athletes Helping Athletes, Inc. is to connect local special needs athletes with mainstream student-athletes in a spirit of friendship for their mutual benefit and inspiration. To make a donation, or for more information, contact Rick Leonetti at info@aha-inc.com.

AHA Donation

Pictured: Megan Hance, Ivy Hill Program Director;  Ivy Hill Equestrian rider;  Don G. Lugg, AHA Vice-President; Chris Brockett, Ivy Hill President; Hillary Woronik, Ivy Hill Instructor.