Host Jason Galka sits with Laura Sikorski of 100 Women Who Care and Jennie DiGuardia of Pal-O-Mine Equestrian Inc.
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(Islandia, NY) Pal-O-Mine Equestrian received a $1,000 grant from The Allstate Agency Hands in the Community grant for operating support and Allstate Agency volunteer program funding. Pal-O-Mine’s volunteer opportunities include property repairs and building or painting structures. Thank you to our favorite Allstate agent Rocco Caprioli and The Allstate Foundation for supporting Pal-O-Mine in so many ways.
About The Allstate Foundation
The Allstate Foundation brings the relationships, reputation and resources of Allstate to support innovative and lasting solutions that enhance people's well-being and prosperity.
For more than 60 years, The Allstate Foundation has been dedicated to a straightforward purpose: helping people.
Their core goal is to help Americans realize their hopes and dreams by connecting people through innovative programs that drive social change.
About Pal-O-Mine Equestrian, Inc.
Pal-O-Mine Equestrian’s roots date back to 1993 when Founder and Director Lisa Gatti started a therapeutic riding program for individuals with disabilities. Its mission is to provide a comprehensive therapeutic equine program using horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing. Our population includes children and adults with disabilities, those who have been abused or neglected, the military and the economically compromised. Pal-O-Mine operates a full time program, seven days a week, twelve months a year, and supports eighteen program horses on an 8-acre facility serving 300 individuals with disabilities weekly. For more information, visit www.pal-o-mine.org or call 631-348-1389.
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