Long Island City Company Donates Coffee to Pal-O-Mine Equestrian
(Islandia, NY) Pal-O-Mine Equestrian announces it has received a donation of 24 pounds of coffee from the White Coffee Co., a specialty coffee and complimentary products company located in Long Island City, New York. Pal -O-Mine Equestrian operates numerous programs year-round and events focused on offering therapeutic horseback riding to individuals with disabilities. The coffee will be offered to staff and other adults at the facility and will help off-set the costs associated with buying refreshments throughout the year for the organization.
”We are thrilled to have received the donation from White Coffee Co.,” says Lisa Gatti, Executive Director of Pal-O-Mine. “Our staff and visitors are avid coffee drinkers and they are all raving about the quality of the coffee. Donations of food and drink are incredibly helpful and we thank White Coffee for its very generous donation.”
For more information about Pal-O-Mine Equestrian or donating to Pal-O-Mine through either donations or services, please contact Pal-O-Mine at (631) 348-1389 or visit www.pal-o-mine.org.
ABOUT WHITE COFFEE
White Coffee is a beverage company based in Long Island City, NY and was established in 1939 by David White. White Coffee has grown from a company specializing in office coffee supply to a provider of high quality service and innovative products including specialty coffees, an assortment of teas, and complimentary items. The mission of White Coffee is to provide quality-based solutions to customers’ ever-changing needs while insuring every customer’s satisfaction. For more information on White Coffee, visit www.whitecoffee.com.
Pal-O-Mine Equestrian’s roots date back to 1993 when Founder and Director Lisa Gatti started a therapeutic riding program for individuals with disabilities. Its mission is to provide a comprehensive therapeutic equine program using horses to facilitate growth, learning and healing. Our population includes children and adults with disabilities, those who have been abused or neglected, the military and the economically compromised. Pal-O-Mine operates a full time program, seven days a week, twelve months a year, and supports eighteen program horses on an 8-acre facility serving 300 individuals with disabilities weekly. For more information, visit www.pal-o-mine.org or call 631-348-1389.