Fundraiser - Dec. 18
Verland, located on 12 acres just off of Mt. Nebo Road, Sewickley, is hosting its annual Adopt-a-Horse-Donkey Fun-raiser to help take care of its therapeutic horses and miniature donkeys. Individuals or groups will be able to come to the stables and have their picture taken with their new adopted friend. Donations from $10 to $1,000 will be accepted from now until Jan. 11 (est. monthly cost $150 for each animal).
A certificate of adoption will be given out to all participants at the end of the program.
Verland is a private, non-profit agency, providing residential living, support and programs for persons with intellectual and physical disabilities. For over 35 years, Verland has been providing these services and programs to 235 individuals in 52 homes in Allegheny, Beaver, Fayette and Mercer Counties.
For more information, visit www.verland.org.
Fundraiser - Dec. 18
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