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Equest benefits from local artist’s holiday give-back

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Give a gift that gives back this holiday season with a one of a kind, hand-drawn, painted and embellished ornament by local Dallas artist Annie Griffeth. 100 percent of the proceeds from Griffeth’s holiday ornaments will benefit Equest and their mission to bring hope and healing through therapeutic horsemanship. Ornaments will go on sale on Thursday, December 6, at 3PM at www.anniegriffeth.com.

 Griffeth’s ornaments offer something for everyone on your list, from the Unicorn collection ($15), inspired by the therapy horses at Equest, as well as the Best Friend and Christmas Sweetheart ornament sets ($30) which include two ornaments and celebrate love of all kinds. There will also be rhinestone encrusted pop art ornament ($28) and Frida Kahlo-inspired ornaments ($25).

 This will be Griffeth’s second collection, as the first sold out in one hour. Join the VIP mailing list to receive early access and ensure you snag a unique ornament before they sell out. To sign up for the VIP mailing list visit www.anniegriffeth.com.

  

About Equest

Founded in 1981, Equest provides equine assisted learning, therapies and counseling to children and adults with physical, cognitive, sensory, coping and learning disabilities and veterans with adjustment challenges. The services provided include physical and occupational therapy, equine assisted counseling and learning, therapeutic carriage driving, therapeutic horsemanship and competition. With the help of 36 therapy horses, 10 instructors, four therapists, two counselors, and 400 volunteers, lives are changed on a daily basis for more than 2,000 served annually. Equest was the first PATH International Premier Accredited Center in Texas and remains one of the largest in the country. Equest offers an engaging volunteer program that provides 40,000 hours of direct program service opportunities each year. www.equest.org

 

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