Spring Fundraiser – Wine Tasting with Coach Dick Vermeil
You are invited to join legendary Coach Dick Vermeil on Sunday, April 18 at 4:30pm for a private virtual wine tasting in support of Camp Geronimo and The Barn’s mission to enrich the lives of children with disabilities through animal-assisted activities. NEW! SPRING FUNDRAISER RAFFLE! Make a donation between $25 and $499 and be entered to… Read more »
YOU’RE INVITED TO STAY AT HOME!
Welcome to Our Stay at Home Down! Scroll down to the bottom of this page to donate (it’s never too late!). Thank you for participating in our online silent auction! To see what you missed, click here! Check out our interactive Program Guide below. To become a Stay at Home Down sponsor, please select level… Read more »
COVID-19 UPDATE – GOING GREEN! 6.26.2020
Dear Friends, I hope this email finds you and your family safe and well. All of us at The Barn have been very busy the last three months reconfiguring our programs, developing comprehensive protocols to keep our children, families, volunteers and staff safe, and planning for the future amid vast uncertainly. Who could have imagined… Read more »
State of the Barn – March 23, 2020
Dear Friends, We are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global coronavirus pandemic is affecting our families, our businesses, our communities and our way of life. During this time, I wanted to reach out and update you on how we’re dealing with this situation at The Barn. First and foremost, our hearts go out to… Read more »
CHECK OUT OUR VIRTUAL SPRING FUNDRAISER!
Over 70 guests gathered online on Sunday, April 19 to experience Camp Geronimo, hear from The Barn founder, Mary Beth Drobish and President, Sharon Cichocki, and enjoy an insightful presentation by acclaimed researcher, clinician, teacher, and Dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Andrew M. Hoffman, D.V.M., D.V. If you couldn’t join us, click here… Read more »
Congratulations to Vice President Heather Carlino!
Heather Carlino has been recognized as a 2019 Healthcare Hero by Mainline Today. “By day, Heather Carlino is a clinical lecturer at Penn’s pediatric acute care nurse practitioner program. Her other passion is Spring Brook Farm, a West Chester-based nonprofit that provides animal therapy and other activities for kids ages 6-12 with autism, cerebral palsy,… Read more »
First Crew to the Rescue!
Thank you to the First Crew team who selflessly gave up their Saturday on June 8 to make improvements to The Barn’s exteriors. Just in time for the start of Camp Geronimo, First Crew installed new handrails along the ramps leading to the Tree House and the barn and put new tops and seats on… Read more »
Miss Piggy featured on The View
Our dear Miss Piggy was recently featured in an interview with abc’s The View co-host, Sara Haines. Please check out her performance! It was such an honor for The Barn to be showcased this way.
Susan Elko, Board President, Honored by the CCFWG
The Barn at Spring Brook Farm’s Board President and cherished friend, Susan Elko, was honored on May 4th with the Chester County Fund for Women and Girls’ Kitchen Table Award. CCFWG established the Kitchen Table Award in 2011 to honor a Chester County woman who has made substantive contributions through service and/or philanthropy to improve… Read more »
The Barn is featured on PHL17’s IN FOCUS: Autism Awareness
Make sure you check out Emily McClure, our Executive Director, and Dr. Page Buck from West Chester University as they share the work of The Barn on PHL17’s April 21st edition of IN FOCUS: Autism Awareness. The Eagles organization is in the spotlight for their Eagles Autism Challenge taking place on Saturday, May 19th at Lincoln… Read more »