From July 5 through July 16 The Spencer Foundation and KIDS NEED MoRE hosted 60 kids from families affected by cancer and other serious illness at Saddle Rock Ranch Day
We’ve been busy preparing for camp over the last few weeks. This week, families and friends of KiDS NEED MoRE and The Spencer Foundation rolled up their sleeves, pulled out
The Spencer Foundation and KIDS NEED MoRE were at Saddle Rock Ranch to see UL be honored for the volunteer work they did at the Ranch this past July. Special
Talent shows, live music, bouncers and an epic shaving cream battle brought camp to a close for 2019. Many thanks to all our volunteers and especially the leadership of Melissa
Kids, counselors and turtles alike continue to enjoy themselves during the third and final week of camp, including packing up the tents and preparing for the big bash on Friday.
Kids and counselors are back at the camp, starting off with a smile bright and early Monday morning and galloping happily through the week! Celebrating Survivorship – Tom Wilk 23
Our campers love getting to know and ride the horses – the looks on their faces say it all!
Week one of Saddle Rock Ranch Day Camp was everything we’d hoped for! Click for more details…starting the day off right with total turtle power! Under the big top –
The Spencer Foundation and KiDS NEED MoRE welcomed over 100 kids to Saddle Rock Day Camp on opening day! Lots of fun to come…
Gina and Dave, our good friends at North Village Tavern, 40 N Village Ave Rockville Centre, held another Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser on Sunday May 19th and raised over $2000.00
Jeanine Spencer dropped off hand-made blankets and hats and spread the good news about Saddle Rock Ranch.
Jeanine Spencer at the KiDS NEED MoRE Board meeting for the announcement of our partnering with them on the Saddle Rock Ranch Day Camp – a three-week-long camp for kids