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Game V Neck Tee Black/Heathered Charcoal Women
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Game V-Neck Tee
Distressed printed stripes on the sleeves give this tee a retro, sporty look. 4.5-ounce, 60/40 ring spun combed cotton/poly, 32 singles. Crossover v-neck

Guitars For Good, II

October 23 - November 05

Tarleton Equine Assisted Therapeutic Riding
TREAT Riding is an equine assisted therapeutic riding program at Tarleton State University that uses horseback riding as a form of therapy. They provide physical, mental, and emotional therapy in a fun environment that makes their clients want to participate. Animal-assisted activities improve self-confidence, self-awareness, and discipline. Equine assisted activity is an effective treatment for many types of disabilities.

Amber's Angels
Founded by Amberlyn Fett, they are an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of sick children in Central Texas. Although Amber passed after complications due to a double lung transplant, the organization lives on through her mother, Debbie. They take donations to make gift bags for kiddos that need a boost in the hospital.

United Through H.O.P.E.
United Through HOPE’s long term mission is to increase the graduation rates and subsequent vocational opportunities for at risk individuals who have social challenges due to their special needs. United Through HOPE has a broad reach as its services are available to anyone 3-18, with or without a medically diagnosed disorder therefore allowing anyone, including those who have endured bullying, felt isolated, or are considered twice exceptional (gifted and who have emotional, social, behavioral, or learning challenges), to be assisted. United Through HOPE’s grass roots “old school” philosophy is that through creative play, collaboration with community, and provision of naturalistic experiences leaders are formed and are better prepared to handle today’s and tomorrow’s responsibilities. UTH’s programs center around the fostering of self-confidence, self-esteem, and sense of belonging.

Camp For All
Camp For All is a unique, barrier-free camp working in partnership with other not-for-profit organizations to enrich the lives of children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families throughout the year.

Canada/Kelly Veteran Fund
Their mission is to support and aide New Braunfels area Veterans when in need. They will give where they can to provide quality care for local veterans' physical and mental well being and overall quality of life.
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Justin is 32 years old and works at a wood shop in a supported vocational program in Tucson, Arizona.  Justin loves to exercise, draw pictures, listen to music, and anything fireman related.  He is close with his family (especially his uncles!) and enjoys spending time with them while rock climbing and canoeing.  Justin has a dog, Koty, and two cats, Jacob Marley and Jordin Sparks.  Justin has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome with Autism Spectrum Disorder but his disability certainly does not define him!!

Kimberly is a 14 year old, high school freshman in the Web and Digital Design Academy at Palm Beach Central High School in Wellington, Florida. Kimberly just started to take her classes on campus instead of through our school district's Hospital/Homebound program last school year. She had been full time on Hospital/Homebound for 5 years due to her severe anxiety. Kimberly also has hypoglycemia. Kimberly also suffers from femoral anteversion, which causes her pain in her feet and legs when she walks any long distances. She enjoys playing MineCraft, watching Star Trek and Star Wars, and her best fur-buddy, Cheeto. When she grows up, Kimberly hopes to be an animator for Lucas Films. 

Jaxon "Jax" is a 14 year old high school freshman from Muenster, a small North Texas town with German roots. Jax has many hobbies which include building Lego architecture inspired by places all around the world, playing video games on his Nintendo Switch, drawing, baking, as well as reading comic books. Jax also loves playing and spending time with his dog and buddy, Smokey. Jaxon has been raised to spread kindness and accept others for their differences. He knows that God makes everyone different and that everyone has different talents. When he grows up, Jaxon would like to use his art and design talents to become a computer animator.

Griffin has a passion for classical music and retro video games. He also loves playing the piano, swimming, and making art. Because of his Aspergers diagnose, he views the world in a unique and amazing way. He has difficulty with the concept of death and he loves animals, so he came up with the phrase "Pick two flowers with one hand" to replace "Kill two birds with one stone." He hopes to one day be a video game designer and composer. There is no doubt he will accomplish anything he puts his mind to! Griffin's mom, Missy, started a Facebook page What Will This Day Bring? that is dedicated to her blog about life with Griffin.

Michael is a VERY energetic 9 year old who has Autism, global developmental delays, and sensory overload disorder. He has been bullied and made fun of throughout most of his school life but ( as anyone who has ever met him will tell you) he still keeps smiling. He always has an infectious smile on his face that just melts your heart. He loves drawing, snuggling with his plushies, and spending time with his 3 brothers. He will put 150℅ into any and everything he does and refuses to be told he can't do something just because of his learning delays. He definitely emulates the phrase "Different not less".