Charity Event at The Scotty Foundation

Posted on December 05, 2020, 7:00 pm

The Scotty Foundation in Central Florida needs your support. It’s no secret that COVID-19 has impacted all of us. Unfortunately, it has had a devastating effect on small businesses and non-profit organizations. The Scotty Foundation is a non-profit and horse sanctuary in Apopka, FL. After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they have lost all of their funding and support. These animals depend on love and contributions from animal lovers like you.

How Scotty Foundation Has Supported The Community

Scotty Foundation is a horse sanctuary and so much more. Unlike other horse farms, they do not charge for horseback riding or lessons. They offer underprivileged children the opportunity to ride, interact with horses, and bring joy to their lives. They have had several events where they invite suicidal and at-risk teens to their farm. Horse and animal therapy has proven to be beneficial for those who are struggling with mental health and wellness.

Over the years, The Scotty Foundation has fully funded the stables and operations themselves. They have never charged for their services or asked the local community for help. These horses need a lot – food, medications, love, and support. If you are a horse or animal lover, Park Ave Magazine welcomes you to join us in supporting this amazing local foundation.

The Scotty Foundation Charity Event

Sunday, Dec 27, 2020, 12:00 PM

3603 Golden Gem Rd
3603 Golden Gem Rd Apopka, FL

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This year has been hard on everyone. It’s been especially hard on non-profits, big and small. Here in Central Florida, local non-profits like The Scotty Foundation needs your help. The Scotty Foundation in Apopka, FL is looking for animal lovers to support their horse sanctuary. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused The Scotty Foundation to lose funding…

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About The Scotty Foundation

The Scotty Foundation is a horse rescue and rehabilitation farm in Central FL. Their mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome horses and other animals. They also provided therapeutic benefits to those people and families who might otherwise not be in a position to gain access to these animals and to find these animals a forever home. Currently, they are building a core group of young horses, training them with love to our specifications, and work to provide free access to children and adults with little or no experience. We continue to help rehabilitate and rehome all the animals we felt we could help, cats and dogs included.

To learn more about The Scotty Foundation, visit www.thescottyfoundation.net. Have questions or business inquiries? Contact Abbey Mckimmie at (407)325-8982 or email him at info@thescottyfoundation.net.  Follow The Scotty Foundation on Facebook.