FRANKLIN CO., Va.—It was a bluegrass music festival in Franklin County to help those with disabilities in our area.
It raised money for Unbridled Change, a non-profit center in Boones Mill that uses horses year-round for therapy.
This was the third year for the fundraiser and all of the money keeps the program going, from feeding the horses to keeping the lights on.
It also helps local kids and adults.
"We have customized individualized services that meet their needs that help them live the happiest life that they can live, whether that's an emotional problem that maybe came from trauma and abuse or a physical problem that came from autism or spina bifida or cerebral palsy," said Michelle Holling-Brooks, the Founder and Executive Director of Unbridled Change.
The therapy sessions are designed to keep the clients as independent as possible.
Unbridled Change serves about 500 people a year.