WELCOME TO HOPE SPRINGS FARM
Join us at Isaac's to help Hope Springs Farm
On Thursday, February 7, 2019, HERSHEY/HUMMELSTOWN ISAAC’S will be holding a “Community Day” fundraiser benefiting Hope Springs Farm community activities for adults who have intellectual disabilities and Autism. Bring your family and friends to enjoy great food and great company. Twenty-five percent (25%) of your food and beverage purchases will be donated to our community activity programs. We hope to see you there!
WHERE: HERSHEY/HUMMELSTOWN ISAAC’S Village Park Plaza 597 E. Main Street, Hummelstown Call (717) 533-9665 for takeout orders
WHEN: Thursday, February 7, 2019, 10:00am – 9:00pm
HOW: Bring this flyer with you or show it on your phone,
Want to help us earn even MORE? Add an Isaac’s Gift Card to your check and 15% of the gift card sale will be added to the fundraiser! Gift card must be used on future visit.
We Need Your Help to Finish The Barn Stalls
Now that the Barn is up we need your support to finish outfitting the interior stalls. We are planning to build 5 animal stalls inside the barn.
The first project to be built will be the Rabbit Habitat that WoodmenLife Hershey Chapter 364 has already funded. The "Rabbitat" takes up two stall spaces and will have a wood floor and enclosed so the rabbits can come out and play with the Growers.
The next 5 stalls will be built as they get funded. If you, or your church group, or office group want to do a fundraiser to sponsor a stall, we will be putting up signs to acknowledge your gift, just like the one we did for WoodmenLife sponsoring the Rabbit Habitat.
If you would like to be a part of this effort, we need donations to continue this work. Our Growers use the Barn every day as part of their animal care activities each morning and each afternoon. Animal care and animal sensory activities are very therapeutic and the Barn Stalls give our Growers a place to work with their animals safely and comfortably, so your help is critical.
The mission of Hope Springs Farm is to provide adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as autism a meaningful day through joyful group activities within the community and on a family farm setting that lead to satisfying friendships.