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Q:  Why is there urgency to raise the funds?

A:  Real estate in the Boulder County and surrounding areas sell quickly.  The property we need is very specific and listings have proven to range from $700,000 to $975,000.  We would like to start giving FREE, AWARD_WINNING equine thereapy to Special Needs Children asap!

Q:  Why are you raising exactly $500,000?

A:  Maray along with her husband John and children consider this their family ministry and will invest as much as they are able.  As mentioned above, the property we need  in estimate will be $975,000.  We can contribute 48.72% of the total $975,000.

Q:  Why do you need an indoor arena?

A:  The weather in Colorado starting as early in late November can get cold.  Children in therapy need as much consistency as possible. Canceling for weather would be a setback.

Q:  Is there a property now that would be ideal? 

A:  Yes. There is a 5 acre property in Broomfield with an indoor arena, 10 stall barn, tack room, office, bathroom and 1200 sq feet apartment.

14041 Aspen St Broomfield, CO 80020

Q:  What is the meaning of Charis Field?

A: Charis, Pronunciation/ˈkeɪrɪs/, is a given name derived from a Greek word meaning "grace".

Our son, Nathanaels' middle name is Charis.


Field is from Matthew 13:44.  This property will be the field we will indeed 

pour ourselves into to love all who come.

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Q:  How do donors verify that contributions are deductible under section 170 with respect to a subordinate organization in a section 501(c)(3) group exemption ruling?

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