The Dare to Dream Ranch in Foster, Rhode Island, provides alternative therapy programs for U.S. military veterans and their families struggling with emotional challenges, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Military Sexual Trauma and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. As a veteran-owned business, RGB Architects is thrilled to support the work being done at the Dare to Dream Ranch with pro bono design work for two upcoming projects.
The first design project being completed by RGB Architects for The Dare to Dream Ranch is for a Gift Shop. The Gift Shop will sell products that veterans and their spouses create in therapy. Not only do the veterans benefit from the sale of the products, but the residual income will support additional nonprofit programs.
The second design project being completed by RGB Architects is a new Health and Wellness Center. The Health and Wellness Center at the Dare to Dream Ranch will have two rooms to add massage, reflexology, reiki and hypnotherapy to the Ranch’s programs. The Center will also feature attached stalls, so veterans will no longer need to cancel their visits due to the weather.
RGB Architects partner David DeQuattro is thrilled to provide the designs for these two projects and gather friends who were able to conduct all structural, mechanical and environmental engineering. DeQuattro is now looking to spread the word regarding the fundraising of $100,000 to get these buildings built for our great veterans.
The Dare to Dream Ranch has announced the following donation incentives:
- $500,000 - Naming Rights for the Health and Wellness Center
- $100,000 - Naming Riding Arena Area
- $50,000 - Naming Rights for the Mental Health Clinic
- $25,000 - Naming one of the medical offices for massage, reflexology, reiki and hypnotherapy
- $15,000 - Naming one of the horse stalls
Those looking to learn more about The Dare to Dream Ranch or donate to the cause should visit DaretoDreamRanch.org.
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