GOBRA Cancer Awareness Trail Ride - Take Up And Hold The Reins Of Life
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People ask about how we got started and what we do so here is a little about us.

GOBRA was started as a way to bring help to families fighting the battle with Cancer.

We all love the horse world so decided to hold a trail ride with the funds going for fuel cards to help cancer families get to and from much needed appointments. 

We expanded to include phone cards so they could keep in contact with their long distance family members, feeling this support was very necessary.

We started a Care Closet about 4 years ago.  This is where we receive donated durable medical equipment and we clean and repair it.  It is then loaned out to those in need who cannot afford to purchase the equipment on their own.  This is usually people who are being released from the hospital and may need a walker or wheelchair for a few weeks to a few months.  When they are done the equipment is returned.  At the Care Closet we also carry a line of briefs for those who need them.

We help an average over 115 people per year through hospice, St. Charles, Seniors and Disabled and Mosaic Medical here in Prineville.  Recipients must have a referral from one of these facilities.

We are looking to start a brief bank at the old hospital here locally after the first of 2018.


I want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to Joanne Hink and Suellan Allen for taking up the reins of this years ride and doing a great job of running it.  It is hard to step into someone else's boots and do a job you have never done before but they did it and did well.


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