Arkansas-based organization honors Garver's contributions
For continued support of its mission to enrich the lives of those with special needs, Garver recently became the first recipient of the Hoofprints Community Partner Award from Hearts & Hooves, an Arkansas-based therapeutic riding center.
Identified by employees as a worthy community partner with a valuable mission, more than $15,000 in GarverGives grants and donations have been made to Hearts & Hooves since 2015. The award was presented to Garver by Pamela Holder, a member of Hearts & Hooves' Board of Directors. Founded in 2001, the organization has served those with special needs through riding lessons, hippotherapy, and programs designed to aid veterans and at-risk youth.
“We’ve cherished our relationship with Hearts & Hooves over the years and are proud to partner with an organization with such a valuable mission,” said Corporate Communications Leader Laura Nick. “We feel the largest benefits to our communities can be made by empowering our employees to support the organizations they are passionate about, and this relationship is among the best examples of that.”
To learn more about GarverGives’ charitable giving, visit GarverUSA.com/GarverGives.