Donkeys-For-Good: Donkey Wedding raises over $13K thanks to community support

June 6, 2019

We’d like to thank everyone who attended, sponsored, and contributed to Latham Centers’ Donkey Wedding fundraiser on Saturday, May 11th, at Taylor-Bray Farm in Yarmouth Port. We couldn’t have asked for nicer weather for Esther and Esau to “get hitched,” and we are pleased to announce that over $13,000 was raised to support our Asinotherapy Program! Funds raised will help subsidize the cost of caring for our six beautiful therapeutic donkeys, and will have a lasting impact on the Latham individuals for whom this program means so much.

Please join us in thanking our event sponsors and in-kind donors for their support by patronizing their businesses:

SPONSORS:

Animal Hospital of Orleans

Agway of Cape Cod

Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club

Shorefront Consulting

Ice Cream Smuggler

Coastal Engineering Co.

Kris and Jeff Fox

Fleeting Moments Photography

Solect Energy

The Bashful Tarte

TD Bank

New England Gardens

Susan Peavey Travel

Luciano’s Restaurant

IN-KIND DONORS:

Artisan Skin Care

Beanstock Coffee

Barkers of Orleans

Keith Bradley

Brewster Day Camp

Mark Burgess and Christine Gillstrom Burgess

Cape Cod Coffee

Cape Cod Nail Company

The Cape Cod Tux

Captain’s Choice

Down the Cape Concierge Services

Eric Clark Wellness

Jo-Ellen Erickson and Halladay Perry

Eventide Theatre Company

Frazier Disposal

Hot Diggity Designs

Kaleidoscope Imprints

Kandy Korner

Latham Works Vocational Training Program

Local Break

Brad Malo and Suzanne Sullivan

Oasis Salon & Day Spa

The Perfect Plan

Persy’s Place

Ryan Family Amusements

Scargo Café

Scargo Property Services

Sposabella Bridal

Straightjacket Slumber Party

Sunderland Printing

Tony Kent Arena

Ungerdogs Grooming

We’d also like to thank Cape Cod Media News for reporting on our special fundraising event and capturing event highlights in this four-minute news segment: 

 

Esther and Esau are off enjoying their honeymoon (flawlessly booked by Susan Peavey Travel), and we’re all looking forward to hearing about their adventures upon their return! Stay tuned for future Donkeys-For-Good website updates and blog posts where we will share more uplifting stories and photos about the program.

Our Development Team and Asinotherapy Program participants are so grateful to everyone for their continued support!