Company Name – Gordonville, TX. Company Message. Other
via L-A Ranch Texas Horse and Buggy – Pieter Z Friesian Breeding.
A portion of the breeding fee will benefit Step Up Into T.L.C. Please call if you are interested. 520-400-7426
Step Up Into T.L.C. is funded through DONATIONS.
Also through the proceeds from pony and horse-drawn cart rides for birthdays and special events help to support our program.
Wish list for 2015:
New halters of all sizes and lead ropes
Physillium and worming paste
Desitin/ zinc oxide
A printing company to donate material and time
I would like to thank all of you for your interest in volunteering. There are several ways you can help:
(1) Ranch chores.
2) Make phone calls to local day cares and schools to set up times for us to come in and give a presentation with JJ our Clydesdale horse and Snickers our Miniature horse. A small donation really helps with gas.
3) Call or visit local businesses to ask for donations. Pima Federal Credit Union donated 200 hand held calculators for us to hand out to the children for back to school month. These were given out to the children at TMC hospital and UMC hospital also The Childrens Clinic on our last visit. We can always use washable paints and horse supplies.
4) Hand out and post brochures and info for Step Up Into T.L.C.
5) Ideas for fundraisers and someone to be in charge of putting it together. For example: Bake sales, Gaslight theater groups, rides and games out in front of a store. Maybe contact a Rotary or Kiwanis club that is looking for a charity to do a fundraiser for.
6) Help at the events.
7) Help with the visits to our local Nursing and Retirement homes.
A SPECIAL “THANK YOU” to my husband. Gregg, with all he did for Step Up Into T.L.C.. When people ask if he was a horse lover, I would smile and tell them I am the horse lover, he loved to build and lucky for me, he loved me. He was a great source of support and inspiration.
Also to my Father who loved to share the horses at the nursing facilities with us. He would always tells the residents at the various facilities when we introduce ourselves that I am the best daughter he has ever had. And I jokingly say..”that’s because I am your only daughter.” The residents all laugh and it helps to get our feel good therapy started.
Jimmy at Big Tex Trailers, Tucson Dodge, El Rio Health Center, Kris and Don Hendrix, Scott and Karen Smith and their three children, Anne and Harold Foster, Susan Marshall, Gayla Strong, Ashley Albert, Hailey Albert, Tamera Albert, Kirsten, George Roach, Lisa Rankin, Justine and Tallie Negaard, Sherry Harris Hardy, Darlene Wager, Mary, Cynthia Levfko, Jenny Kendall, Kandie and Drew Vactor, Sylvia, Bryce, Braden and Karli, Post Feed, Doug and Diane Mayhew, Savanah, Melissa and Abigale, Laurie Easley, Stephanie Hendrickson, Todd and Lisa Roahrig,Debbie Confer, Betty Confer, Debbie Confer: Tucson Medical Center, Pima Federal Credit Union,Just to name a few Bruce and Ginny Shaffer, Susie Wilcox and Bank of America, and David and Betty Confer. Scott Kodysz:photographs Nicole Zupan: my beautiful daughter and an awesome volunteer, Channel 4 News– 12/2/09 Making a Difference segment
Not what we give,
But what we share,
For the gift
without the giver
~James Russell Lowell
Step Up Into T.L.C. would like to thank all of our volunteers and donors for their precious gift of sharing.
Our visits today began with TMC pediatrics..Buddy was lead down the sidewalk by a little boy while our Dillon pony was rode by one VERY happy little girl. Sunshine and a smile!
Our next stop brought us to the Childrens Clinic..Walking Buddy along side of her chair was just as much fun as riding Mosey the pony a few years ago.
Buddy brought “blessing” and smiles for everyone at Peppis House
She may have wanted to ride Dillon pony and walk Buddy but today she was just glad to be able to pet and take in the love these two little guys had to offer. Diamond Childrens
Step Up gives around of hooves to our special volunteers, Don and Kris Hendrix for all their help in sharing JJ and Sir Snickers on Saturday, October 20, 2012
Wheeler Taft Library and Atria Campana Del Rio
Our adventurous Pirate ponies, Captain Dill and his mate, Slick Snick traveled the high heat to four different far away places in search of treasures.
Tucson Medical Center’s Pediatrics
Square and Compass Children’s Clinic
Peppis House Hospice
Diamond Children’s Medical Center
||Dear Nancie, Karen, George and volunteers of Step Up Into T.L.C.,
In April my 3 year old daughter Eva and I stayed at Peppi’s house, anticipating an overnight stay she would be having the following week. While we were at Peppi’s house, you allowed Eva to ride one of your pony’s, something I never thought imaginable! That was a wonderful and emotional day for me, for a moment my child was normal and healthy on that horse! On June 15 at 6 am, our Eva left us to take her place in heaven, it has been a difficult and lonely road for me and for our family, but as I work through my emotions and particularly as I look to find comfort, I remember that Eva enjoyed the short life she had. Eva knew love, Eva knew joy and your program and your horses were part of that!! Please relay this message to the volunteers, I am eternally grateful for the experience Eva had that Wednesday in April at Peppi’s house!
Sincerely, Gabriela Diaz Pena
Kindred Transitional Care & Rehab-Northwest
1919 W Medical St, Tucson, AZ 85704
unless something else comes up.
1550 East River Road Tucson, AZ 85718 (520) 299-1941
unless something else comes up.
Wednesday (twice a month)
TMC Pediatrics at 10a.m.
Peppis House at 11:30 to 12:30
Diamond Children’s Hospital at 1p.m. until ?