About This Event
Join us for the 2nd annual Harvest Moon event on Saturday, October 13 at the family farm of Ryan and Brandi O’Reilly. This will be a fun and casual evening benefiting Dynamic Strides Therapy. Event proceeds will help provide services to local children, support the care of our horses, provide needed therapy equipment, and support general operations at our facility.
Featuring a wine and dinner pairing from some of Springfield's favorite chefs, cocktails from Missouri Spirits and music by Deja Crew.
Dynamic Strides Therapy is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing children with quality occupational, physical and speech therapies. We are the one place where children with special needs can experience the therapeutic benefits of equine movement, a unique sensory gym and the compassionate support of skilled, certified therapists. Together with their families, we aim to empower children to achieve their maximum potential.
We have a few sponsorships and individual tickets left. Please click here to retain your sponsorship or tickets to the event.
If you cannot attend our event you have two additional options to help us raise money to provide local children with the therapy they need.
1. Buy a $10 raffle ticket for the chance to win a KUDU Grill, half a cow and a deep freeze! Click the link to purchase a raffle ticket: http://dstherapy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/raffleticketposter.pdf
2. Sponsor-a-child. For more information about sponsoring a local child to receive the therapy they need from Dyanamic Strides Therapy, click here: http://dstherapy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/dynamicstrides_sponsor_child-cards-halfsheet.pdf
Purchase Tickets here: https://bit.ly/2OfwWSZ
For questions or to reserve tickets to the Harvest Moon event, contact Brandi O’Reilly at 417-324-7646 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dynamic Strides is in the business of transforming children’s lives and giving families inspiration and hope. With your help, we can accomplish our mission and achieve a universal good on behalf of our community.