The P.O. Ken Tietjen Memorial Foundation
|Posted on September 11, 2016 at 6:25 PM|
On the 15th anniversay of September 11th, Jon Stewart spent his day with Mini Horse Heroes, Honor & Hamlet thanking first repsonders and their families for their continual sacrifiecs to keep our country safe. Spending the day with the children Jon even learned how to play Pokemon!
|Posted on September 11, 2016 at 6:05 PM|
Although September 11, 2016 marked the 15th anniversary of our nation's sorrow, Honor & Hamlet had a different approach to the day. The two Mini Horse Heroes loaded into their van and embarked on a days long journey to honor and thank first responders for their continual acts of selflessness. Honor and Hamlet spent the day visiting with first responders recognizing the bravery and dedication these men, women and families demonstrate everyday.
|Posted on August 18, 2016 at 7:00 PM|
Honor made a guest appearence at the Middletown Police Department Youth Week Camp; visiting with youth and officers to establish an understanding of the importance of the work Mini Horse Heros provides in working on community relations and crisis situations. Afterwards the "officers in training" had the opportuntiy to ask questions, interact with Honor and take a look at Big Brother Hamlet's official Police badge.
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|Posted on August 11, 2016 at 3:20 PM|
The Ken Tietjen Memorial Foundation DBA Mini Horse Heroes was honored to be the recipient of a $1,000.00 grant from Wells Fargo Bank. The grant was awarded as part of Well's Fargo's Community Connections program, recogonizing programs like Mini Horse Heroes for their contributions to community outreach. The Foundation truly appreciates the support Wells Fargo has provided to enable Mini Horse Heroes to continue to work within the community.
|Posted on August 7, 2016 at 3:20 PM|
Honor was delighted to spend his day visiting with families of active Navy and Army men and women; many of whom just returned from over seas. Celebrating the bravery of these men and women is all in a days work for Honor and he certaintly doesn't mind making new friends! A wonderful day shared by all!
|Posted on June 18, 2016 at 8:40 PM|
Artist and the Calgo Gardens community come together at "Art in the Garden" to support Mini Horse Heroes! It was a fun springtime event at Calgo Gardens, located in Howell Township, Freehold NJ that included Melanie Tsilivitis, Visionary Artist & Owner of 28 Lifelines. Melanie, a supporter of Mini Horse Heroes, donated a painting of miniature therapy Horse, Honor, to benefit the organization. And the winner of the painting was Anthony G. Sarra.
Artist, Melanie Tislivitis said, "I was delighted to paint Honor, his mission of community and charity are the heart of what I believe in, I'm thrilled to be illustrating those attributes", adding "it's those attributes that further my excitement as I become part of the fabric and community that is Calgo Gardens."
Owners of Calgo Gardens, Penny and Mark Estomin share in Melanie Tislivitis's desire to spread love and to give back to the community. The Estomins stated, "The Art in the Garden event is an excellent way for Melanie Tislivitis to not only use her skills to benefit a wonderful cause, but also to connect with the guests in the community." Adding, "The event on April 30th, is a day filled with fun that will benefit the community, local artists, Howell Food Pantry, Relay for Life and the Mini Horse Heroes foundation."
It was a great day for the community to learn more about Mini Horse Heroes and to meet miniature therapy horse, Hamlet. We would like to thank Melanie Tslivitis for her talent and generosity and to Penny & Mark Estomin of Calgo Gardens for including Mini Horse Heroes at their Spring time "Art in the Garden" event!
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