Brown-Daub Charities presents $25000 grant to Equi-Librium
Funds will provide therapeutic horsemanship for individuals with special needs
(EASTON, PA), December 3, 2021– The Brown-Daub Family of Dealerships has announced that their monthly grant recipient is Equi-librium, a non-profit organization established over 20 years ago to provide therapeutic horsemanship to individuals with a range of cognitive, physical, behavioral, psychological or sensory disabilities. Equi-librium was selected by the Brown-Daub Charity committee to receive a check in the amount of $25000.
Brown-Daub presented their grant at Equi-librium’s Therapeutic Horsemanship Center in Bushkill Township, PA. The check was presented by Thomas A. Daub, President, Brown-Daub Family of Dealerships, along with Laura Lueders, Chairperson of the Brown-Daub Charities Committee. On hand to receive the grant was Carey Birgel, Executive Director of Equi-librium as well as a grateful staff and participants who took a break from their therapeutic riding sessions to join the photo.
“We are always excited to see the benefits of our charitable grants in action and it was a pleasure to witness the participants in their therapeutic riding sessions today,” commented Thomas A. Daub, 3rd generation President of the Brown-Daub Dealerships. “When we see the difference our gifts make in the local community it makes it even more fulfilling, and as always we have to thank our customers for their continued business that allows us to give back in a meaningful way.”
The Brown-Daub Family of Dealerships was founded in 1936 and has grown to include Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Chevrolet, Volvo, Alfa-Romeo, Fiat, Kia and Hyundai as well as thousands of pre-owned vehicles, award winning service centers and body shops throughout the Lehigh Valley. Please visit www.browndaub.com for further information.
For more information on Equi-librium, please visit www.equi-librium.org
Brown-Daub Charities donates a portion of the proceeds of every vehicle sold to local charitable organizations. To date, the program has issued grants in excess of $180,045 and given 7 vehicles to local charities.