The Duct Tape Ball celebrates its 14th anniversary with Ductopoly & Other Tacky Games Ball–February 23, 2013. Join us for a delightfully tacky evening! Reserve now; the 2012 ball sold out by January 1st!
Reserve a table now for 2013 by calling 907-646-8600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funds raised from the Duct Tape Ball included the following worthy organizations:
It is the mission of Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska to bring the benefits of therapeutic horse activities to children and adults living with disabilities. Located at the William Clark Chamberlin Equestrian Center on Abbott Road, EATA has served the Anchorage community and surrounding areas since 1983. Alaska’s foremost therapeutic riding center provides equine-assisted therapies and treatments to children and adults with physical, emotional and cognitive disorders in an open setting outside of the normal clinic environment. Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska completed its second year of the “Freedom Reins” program, which provides equine-assisted activities and therapy programs to address specific issues faced by wounded and traumatized military personnel. Equine assisted therapy is a growing and widely accepted treatment for rehabilitating a range of physical, mental and emotional disabilities. Being in charge of a horse releases tension and stress for those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, builds confidence and self-esteem, and provides a level of independence that many program participants never get to experience otherwise.
The Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center has provided accessible quality care to thousands of Anchorage families for more than 40 years. ANHC has opened its new state of art health and dental center in midtown Anchorage. The new facility has dramatically increased access to care for the uninsured and underserved in our community. We are excited to care for our current patients and serve new insured and uninsured patients in a modern comfortable environment. Duct Tape Ball proceeds will support the capital campaign for this new facility from 2011-13. ANHC is one of Alaska’s largest primary care medical and dental practices. Services include family practice medical care, a dental clinic, and on-site pharmacy, lab and radiology services. The health center also features a variety of health management and education classes for women and children including pre and post pregnancy care and education services.
100% of all Duct Tape Ball net proceeds go directly to the selected charities.