Get Your Boots On! The Trinity Women’s League Presents the 1st Annual Boots & Bling Gala at Old McMicky’s Farm

Published on 13 September 2016 in Events
Kim Thomas (editor)

Kim Thomas


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(L-R): Samantha Tobias, Director of Membership; Larisa Roberts, President; Chris Snyder, Vice President; Kelly Banchak, Director of Marketing; Amy Searcy, Director of Fundraising;, and Laurel Fields, Treasurer

(L-R): Samantha Tobias, Director of Membership; Larisa Roberts, President; Chris Snyder, Vice President; Kelly Banchak, Director of Marketing; Amy Searcy, Director of Fundraising;, and Laurel Fields, Treasurer

The Trinity Women’s League is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization established exclusively with the philanthropic goal of empowering women to better shape our community of Trinity, FL. What started as an idea amongst friends looking to volunteer locally in our Pasco community has grown to over 80 members joining and 700+ online followers in the first year! The outreach has grown beyond our wildest dreams, allowing us to become the thriving charitable organization we always wished it could be. 
 
In our first official year in operation, we raised thousands of dollars for local charities and families in need, in addition to coordinating continuous donation efforts. We have been honored with the outpouring of support from the local community, including numerous Trinity businesses, as well as neighboring cities. Our goal is to be the “Go-To” group when a part of our community is in need, allowing us to partner up with other charities in the process. We have also performed on-site volunteer work for donation distribution and cleanup efforts. 

Jennifer Jarke, Director of Public Relations

Jennifer Jarke, Director of Public Relations

This year we are embarking on a huge event, our first annual Boots and Bling Gala! During this premiere event, our community and TWL members will come together to raise money for our chosen charity, Kiddy Up Therapeutic Ranch! Kiddy Up Ranch’s mission is to help children, veterans and first responders with disabilities meet their emotional, social, cognitive, physical and education goals. This is achieved through many different methods using animal facilitated therapy and learning techniques. This is an encouraging “yes you can” place that focuses on abilities instead of disabilities. Transforming children and adults through interactions with horses, they begin communicating and connecting in new ways. From rider, parent, volunteer, to staff, everyone feels a great sense of gratitude for the healing power of horses. At Kiddy Up Ranch, no one is left behind. Find more information online about Kiddy Up Ranch at www.kiddyupranch.org.

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