Justine will be our guest speaker July 20th, 2015. Justine was born and raised in South Florida and first fell in love with Equine-Assisted Therapies when she volunteered during high school and college. She attended horse camp during summers as a child and took lessons at a young age. After college, Justine was asked to join the Board of Directors.
Justine served as the Board Secretary for almost three years when she made the decision to leave mortgage banking and sales to join the exciting world of riding and horses. At Equine-Assisted Therapies, Justine works on the special events, fundraising and community development areas. She said she is thrilled to wear boots to work every day instead of high heels and use her marketing & sales background in the non-profit world.
For additional information, visit their website http://equineatsf.org/.
Rotarians for Hope & National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Rotarians for Hope have joined forces with NCMEC to raise awareness and funding to combat this heinous crime of sex trafficking, against children and young adults in our local communities, across the U.S. and globally. Supporting NCMEC is essential in today’s society because you never know when you or someone you know may need their help. Rotarians for Hope and NCMEC, strive to build a bridge between all entities to expedite the recovery of exploited, missing and kidnapped children and young adults though social media, law enforcement agencies, government agencies and international agencies like Interpol. Please visit the site for additional information and statistics at http://www.missingkids.org/rotariansforhope
Our first fund raising goal is $20,000 and you can make the difference by purchasing our lapel pins for just $20.00, which is just .67 cents a day! These lapel pins are available by contacting the Rotary Club of Coconut Creek and can be purchased as an individual or as a group or company. Please email your request to the District 6990 Rotarians for Hope Chairman, David W. Mountford at email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-718-0012. Please take a moment and click on NCMEC website to view all of the services that are offered not only to the victims but also to the families that are anxiously waiting for the safe return of their children.
Together, we can build a network of Hope and help provide children with a better tomorrow.