Thank You

A Very Grateful Thank You to AT&T

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A very Grateful Thank you to AT&T for their amazingly generous donation to Heartbeat Serving wounded Warriors, toward our clinical hippotherapy, Back In The Saddle Warriors program. This huge donation of $30,000 will allow us to continue and expand our BITS Warriors programs. AT&T has shown they are not only a leader in the tech and communication world but their compassion for our wounded warriors with this donation is over the top in excellence as well. Thank you AT&T!

Thank you to:

Robert Bass, President and CEO of AT&T WA state;

Jerelyn Turner, Senior Program Manager, Philanthropy AT&T Services;

LtCol Wayne Bell, Lead for the AT&T Veterans ERG Group;

Marlene Edwards, AT&T Veterans ERG Group;

Don Kuhlman, AT&T Veterans ERG Group;

Carol Tagayun, Director, External Affairs AT&T;

Andy Colley Director, Citizenship and Sustainability;

Ryan Bayne Ceis Bayne, East Strategic

 

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Click here for the AT&T Wounded Warrior Press Release

 

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9th Annual Joe Clemens Memorial Golf Tournament

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9th Annual Joe Clemens Memorial Golf Tournament, put together by Kathy Luxa in honor of her father, raised money and awareness for our newest therapy K9 Healing Warriors. The total amount raised was $4,476!

Heartbeat is so very grateful for all the hard work put into this tournament and we are honored to be able to be the recipient organization for this awesome event. Thank you Kathy!!

 

Cascade West Productions Fundraising Event

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Cascade West Productions Fundraising Event for BITS WARRIORS Program

Thank you to Cascade West Productions for the awesome and generous barrel racing event in Oregon the last week of Auguast 2016. Julie and Karen absolutely did a fabulous job which took a lot of hard work. Thank you so very much for raising of $3,537. To serve our Wounded Warriors in our BITS Program!

8th Annual Red, White & Blue Golf Tournament!

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Thanks to All for the Success of the 8th annual Red, White & Blue Golf Tournament

Thank You Biella Foundation

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Heartbeat is very grateful to the increasing generosity of Biella Foundation for their extreme giving to serve our courageous wounded warriors. Thank you Joni!

Thank You Donors!

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Heartbeat would like to thank the following organizations for grant money received this past month:

The Dimmer Family Foundation $2,500 for Scuba Warriors

Tulalip Indian Tribe $5,000 for Scuba Warriors and K9 Healing Warriors

Snoqualmie Indian Tribe $7,500 for Scuba Warriors and K9 Healing Warriors

We are honored by your support.

Thank You Knights of Columbus

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Heartbeat is always grateful to the incredible ongoing support from the different communities of the Knights of Columbus in WA. Faithful Navigator Dan O’Brien has taken these beautiful handmade quilts to different locations to help raise financial support for our wounded warriors.

KofC Partiotic Quilt 2016

KofC Partiotic Quilt 2016.1

Thank You Mukilteo Presbyterian Church

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Heartbeat is so grateful for the ongoing and generous support Mukilteo Presbyterian Church gives to serve our wounded warriors. Thank you!!

Thank You Danny Kimball

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Heartbeat is very grateful to Firefighter hero and creative genius Denny Kimball for his outstanding work in creating the logo patch for our new Therapy Program K9 Healing Warriors! We are very excited about this artwork and look forward to promoting it in every detail with this new therapeutic program. We always encourage people who view our website to do business with the people that donate services to our Wounded Warriors:

Denny Kimball – Crow Valley Designs
crowvalleydesigns@comcast.net

Thank You Knights of Columbus Assembly #1955

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Heartbeat is very grateful to the ongoing Generous support to our Wounded Warriors from Knights of Columbus Assembly # 1955, Federal Way.  Thank you very much for all of your hard work.

Heartbeat is being presented a check for $6068.88.

Pictured from L to R  Back row,SK Tony Robinson,SK Vince Manzanarez and SK Paul Savino, Front row, Janice Buckley, Faithful Navigator Don Hall and  SK Bob Dahl.

Pictured from L to R  Back row,SK Tony Robinson,SK Vince Manzanarez and SK Paul Savino, Front row, Janice Buckley, Faithful Navigator Don Hall and  SK Bob Dahl.

 

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