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Camp Teaches Children With Cancer Horseback Riding

This woman created a horseback riding program for kids battling cancer. » Sign up for our newsletter KnowThis to get the biggest stories of the day delivered straight to your inbox: » Subscribe to NowThis: While mucking horse stalls to help pay for college classes, Molly Reeser met 10-year-old Casey Foote. Casey was enduring cancer treatment when she and Molly first met. Sadly, 2 years later, Casey passed away. To honor Casey, Reeser decided to put on an event where other kids battling cancer got to experience horses for a day. The event went so well that Reeser knew she wanted to turn Camp Casey into a nonprofit organization one day. By 2010, Camp Casey had officially become a nonprofit. Today, it serves more than 1,600 people each year. For more heartwarming stories and videos like this, subscribe to NowThis News. #Horses #CampCasey #Horse #Camp #Cancer #Kids #News #NowThis

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