ARISE - Annual Celebrating Inclusion & Achieving Independence Dinner
April 11, 2018
ARISE Foundation Dinner Event
Your support of the ARISE Foundation’s Celebrating Inclusion & Achieving Independence Dinner ensures the future of ARISE services for generations to come.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
SRC Arena, Onondaga Community College
5:30 PM – Reception & Cocktail Hour – Silent Auction, Wine Pull
7:00 PM – Program Begins
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of ARISE at the Farm!
It all started with a gift and a dream. In 1998, Dr. James Marshall donated a 77-acre horse farm to ARISE to give children and adults with disabilities access to year-round recreation and adventure. Throughout the last 20 years, ARISE at the Farm has given joy, hope, friendships, skills, and more to people of all ages and abilities. At ARISE, we think of the Farm as a “gateway” to ARISE; a way for people to connect with us and learn about all of the programs and services that we offer.
At the Farm we offer therapeutic and adaptive horseback riding, inclusive summer day camps and school break recreation, a high ropes course, an accessible fishing pond, and an inclusive playground with a fully rubberized surface. We are able to provide these necessary programs thanks to our generous supporters and donors.
At our upcoming 5th Annual Celebrating Inclusion & Achieving Independence Dinner, we hope that you’ll join us as we celebrate such a huge milestone! Your support of this fantastic event will help sustain the future of ARISE at the Farm as a place for fun and freedom for all!