By Jacqui Goldstein, Advancement Director
NeuroHope enjoyed the last Saturday in April at Bradford Woods in Martinsville, IN. Bradford Woods is Indiana University’s Outdoor Center that provides therapeutic activities and programs for people of all backgrounds and abilities. More than 50 participants from the NeuroHope community enjoyed a fun-filled day packed with fishing, boating, canoeing, archery, and ziplining on the beautiful 2,500-acre campus of Bradford Woods. Our day ended with April showers, but thankfully we had gorgeous weather for most of the day.
NeuroHope connected with Bradford Woods from Neurorecovery Exercise Specialist, Barry Moore. The camp is what brought him to Indianapolis as a college student years ago. After experiencing the spectacular scenery and incredible adaptive outdoor activities, we understand Barry’s love for Bradford Woods.
We were able to purchase t-shirts for this event and provide lunches to everyone, thanks to the generous support of the Sparenberg family, with Sparenberg Farms and Heidi Garner and Mack Mcclellan of HALO Branded Solutions!