THE KEMPSTON Group will be hosting a charity “HoeDown” to help raise funds for an exciting new arts and crafts centre at iThemba Ranch.
iThemba Ranch, previously known as Hope Ranch, assists children to cope with the multiple obstacles kids of today might face.
Whether it be divorce, a family crisis, learning or anger issues, the ranch is a welcoming place where children are paired with a horse and a leader to help them through their challenges.
“We operate on the idea of linking up a horse, a child and a leader. Children come from all sorts of backgrounds – some are dealing with emotional trauma, others with learning difficulties, experiencing abuse or dealing with family issues like divorce,” said co-founder of iThemba Ranch Gayle Flanegan.
The Kempston Group have come on board organising a charity hoedown for the organisation, which will take place this Saturday night at the Buffs Club.
The company has pulled out all the stops to ensure this event is a hit featuring dinner, line dancing, a mechanical bull, lucky draws and an auction, as well as a fantastic prize for the best-dressed cowboy or cowgirl.
Tickets are limited. However a handful are still available from Jamie Haynes on 078-120-2884.