Thank you to our 2019 donors for giving healing to our community by supporting PBJ Connections in providing professional behavioral health therapy for children, adults, and families through horses, counseling, and nature.
PBJ Connections Annual Sponsors
Bella Vista Equine Veterinary Services – Bread Sponsor
12th Annual Helping Horses Help Kids Charity Event
Helping Horses Help Kids Donors
Licking Memorial Health Systems
Rocky’s Fan Club
Fan Club Members
Nancy Careny – Happy Birthday Rocky!
Grayson Wyatt Blasczyk
Rocky’s Family Fun Day
All funds raised from this event support mental health services for older adults.
Rocky’s Fan Sponsors
In Memory of Craig Harris
In Memory of Jim Gantt
Salesforce.org-match for Jillian Froment and Kevin Potter
Equine Veterinary Dental Services in honor of “Eyes So Beautiful”
Shelley and Gary Harris in honor of “Eyes So Beautiful”
Equine Veterinary Dental Services in honor of “Tex”
Nationwide Foundation employee match-Emily Krebs and Alexis Majorczyck
Cardinal Health Foundation-Jody Cattell
Aetna Foundation-Joan Hubbell
AT&T Corporate Giving – Mary Fenlon
Kroger Community Giving – through families using purchases with their Kroger Plus Card to support PBJ Connections
The Ian and Mimi Rolland Foundation – For supporting our APONY program which provides leadership and self-esteem sessions for local students.
The Untied Way of Licking County – Providing Grant funding for Expressive Arts Programming and Equine Assisted Psychotherapy for Licking County Residents.
Our Service Partners
Mount Carmel My Time Program
Mount Carmel Hospice and Pallative Care
Recovery Village of Columbus
First & Main of New Albany
The James Cancer Hospital Survivorship Program
Save A Warrior
Our School Group Program Partners
Westerville Middle and High Schools
Northridge Middle School
Our Facility Partners
Taco Bella Farm
The Ohio State University Equine Center
The Otterbein University Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science
A special thank you to our staff and equine partners for making our work possible and our impact felt all around our community.