1st Annual Cavallo Foundation "Connecting with Horses" Fundraiser
What: Support our cause by spending the day with our herd of healing horses in beautiful Malibu. Have fun as you learn and experience how we create community, connections, personal growth, enthusiasm and transformational insights to individuals and groups. Activities for the day include:
- HORSEBACK RIDING
- CONNECTING WITH HORSES AT LIBERTY
- INSPIRATIONAL NATURE HIKE
- SILENT AUCTION
- LUNCH AND DRINKS (INLCLUDED)
- FUN FOR KIDS, ADULTS AND THE WHOLE FAMILY!
- NOTE: Dress for horse fun: closed toe shoes, pants.Bring riding or bike helmets for the kids. All riders must be under 200lbs.
How much: Tickets: $250/adult, $100/child, $500/family of four and $30 general admission including lunch and excluding experience.
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The Cavallo Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization for public benefit.
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