For Kathryn’s birthday this year, The Gress Mountain Ranch is asking for donations to support the animals.
“The 15-acre non-profit animal rescue is buried.
‘It’s been a long three days, just spending a ton of time moving this snow around’ Kathryn says.
‘Every gate is the same way,’ as they struggle to open it against the snow to get in and feed the animals.”
Please visit the donation page for our campaign:
Due to the growing concerns of the spread of COVID-19 in our community, TGMR is committed to the safety & welfare of all people & the animals.
We appreciate our communities support during this unprecedented time. We want to do our part to keep our community safe.
At this time, we are still conducting donations by drop off. You may email ahead of time: email@example.com or you may call after 10am at 610-398-2122. New volunteer orientation will be postponed for 2 weeks, when evaluation of the community situation will occur.
For my birthday this year, I’m asking for donations to The Gress Mountain Ranch. I’ve chosen our public charity because their mission means a lot to me, and I hope you’ll consider contributing as a way to celebrate with me. Every little bit will help me reach my goal. To donate, please visit my Facebook campaign here: https://www.facebook.com/donate/185724599195474/2695842277119574/
My special gift for this passion of Animal-Assisted Therapy is my love for people & animals. It has been my continued dream…..of AAT(“Human-Animal Bond” to achieve leading recognition as a valuable therapeutic adjunctive modality in the helping profession of Counseling. And you & I both know: Animals & People Need Each Other….Thank you for sharing this moment in time with The Gress Mountain Ranch & all the Animals & 2 Gress Folks. And for all the ways You FB friends Support & Care for the Animals at TGMR. – Kathryn Jean Gress
The Gress Mountain Ranch is a 501(c)(3) that serves as a sanctuary (“forever home”) for abused and neglected animals, both domestic and exotic.
The ranch is home to more than 85 animals that are utilized to provide therapy, education and volunteerism opportunities to disabled, at-risk, low-income and under-served populations.
The mission of the organization is to foster the mutual well-being of both people and animals by intertwining their lives through nurturing, learning, fun, and healing.