PERKASIE – Joanne Kline, Executive Director of the Visiting Nurses Foundation of Greater North Penn (VNA) presented the Ivy Hill Foundation with the 2015 Technology Mini-Grant in the amount of $2500 on February 20 at its new facility at 1811 Mill Road.
The grant will be used to create a new website for the Ivy Hill Foundation that will reflect Ivy Hill’s mission, vision and values, and also serve as a directory of educational and resource information for present and future riders, families and caregivers.
“The most important contribution of the website is that it allows us to become effective, compelling storytellers,” said Ivy Hill Foundation development director Donna Carlson.
“We have 160 stories to tell and we are so grateful to the VNA for this grant.”
The mission of the Visiting Nurse Foundation of Greater North Penn is to enhance the health and well-being of residents in local communities by contributing to those organizations which have the capacity to strengthen the lives of individuals and families along a continuum of need, with the goal of building stronger and healthier communities for generations to come.
“The VNA is delighted to partner with Ivy Hill and strengthen their efforts in the community they serve,” said Kline.
Since 1999, Ivy Hill has provided equine-assisted activities and therapeutic programs for children and adults with special needs as well as financial, social and emotional support for their families and caregivers. Services include therapeutic riding, hippotherapy, equine-facilitated learning and summer camp. Ivy Hill also provides competition training for participation in Special Olympics, off-site competitions and Home Shows. Lessons are customized to the needs and goals of each individual rider.
To sponsor a horse or a rider at Ivy Hill, or for donation opportunities, contact Development Director Donna Carlson at firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit our website www.ivyhillequestrian.org.