To donate to Esther & Esau’s wedding registry or honeymoon fund, or to support our donkey program, please click here

To be notified of future events and programs associated with our Donkey Therapy Program, please send an email to dmorgan@lathamcenters.org

Esther and Esau’s Wedding Registry

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As herd animals, Esther and Esau wish to share the celebration of their wedding and any gifts bestowed upon them with the other four members of the Latham herd. What benefits one, benefits all.

Donkey Dining – Esther and Esau (and their Latham herd-mates) enjoy dining on Timothy hay with the occasional splurge.

Donkey Bedding – Our newlyweds love to snuggle up in a soft bed of cedar shavings (as do all our therapeutic donkeys). One bale of shavings a week is needed to keep the herd comfortable and dry.

Donkey Wellness – Esther is a firm believer in the life-enhancing benefits of self-care. She encourages Esau and the other Latham donkeys to make their health and well-being a priority and include supplements, vaccines and dental care.

Mani/Pedi (Farrier) – What donkey doesn’t love a visit from the farrier? Well-trimmed, well-cared for hooves are not only lovely to look at, they are vital to the health and mobility of our miniature donkeys. Esther, Esau and their friends require hoof trimming every seven weeks.


$500 Corporate Sponsorship includes:

  • Admission for two to the Wedding
  • Signage at the event
  • Company name and logo on our event poster, invitation and collateral
  • Sponsorship thank you in our Donkeys-For-Good  blog/webpage
  • Company name and logo on our parade banner in the Brewster in Bloom Parade on May 5, 2019

 

 

To raise awareness about Latham Centers’ Asinotherapy Program, we’ve launched this entertaining and informative blog series featuring our six miniature donkeys: Esther, Esau, Moonbeam, Curley, Angus, and Jake. Be sure to check in regularly to learn about the donkeys and the important role they play at Latham Centers.

Click Here to read more about our Asinotherapy Program.