Camera For A Cure donates money to Equines For Freedom


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From left, Timmy Walsh, Camera For A Cure, and Ann Marie Lewis, M.A., Equines For Freedom.


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NEWTON TWP. — Timmy Walsh of Camera For A Cure is giving to Equines For Freedom, a nonprofit organization created to help veterans with stress-related issues.

Walsh began the month of December raising funds through his Camera For A Cure during First Friday Scranton at GROW, 222 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. He sold his original photography during the event and also held a raffle for a stress free basket to raise additional funds. He will continue to collect donations through the end of the year.

Equines For Freedom recently joined forces with Marley’s Mission offering equine-assisted PTSD treatment to current and former United States service members at no charge.

Walsh has been a supporter of Marley’s Mission for a number of years, holding CFAC shows and sales to benefit their organization. He also serves as a junior ambassador for Marley’s Mission.

When Equines For Freedom partnered with Marley’s Mission, Walsh was able to use his talent for another cause he holds close to his heart: veterans and the US military. Walsh’s father, Patrick, is a veteran of Iraqi Freedom.

From left, Timmy Walsh, Camera For A Cure, and Ann Marie Lewis, M.A., Equines For Freedom.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_ABJ-Camera-Cure-Equines.jpgFrom left, Timmy Walsh, Camera For A Cure, and Ann Marie Lewis, M.A., Equines For Freedom. Submitted photo

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