Buy your event tickets now!
OneTen thru Ten/Ten Pricing
Single tickets are $110 each through October 10 ($125 after that date), or you can
buy a table (10 tickets) for $1,000. Camelot students and volunteers can purchase
tickets at the discounted price of $85 (limit 4/family).
Buy Your Tickets Online Now
You will be able to pay using PayPal or your credit card. Please note: to minimize
costs, we will not be mailing out your tickets. You may pick them up at the registration
table when you arrive at the event.
If you want to buy more than one single ticket—or more than one table—select
the desired option below, and once you get to the PayPal site, you will be able
to change the number of tickets you are buying.
Other Purchase Options
If you prefer not to purchase your tickets online, you can buy them from the Camelot
office (480.515.1542 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org), and through Camelot volunteers.
Reach for the Stars!
Join us on Saturday, October 25, 2014, for a special evening in
support of Camelot’s therapeutic horsemanship program. The evening will include:
- Cocktails & hors d’oeuvres
- Dinner, accompanied by a special video presentation featuring Camelot students
- Dessert & coffee to cap the evening
- Silent & live auctions
- Shoot for the Stars raffle drawing
- Fund-a-Need challenge
Shoot for the Stars Raffle
We will once again offer our Shoot for the Stars raffle during
Starry Knights. The winner will have $1,000 to spend at the silent or live auction!
The winning ticket cannot be redeemed for cash and must be used at the event on
October 25. PayPal does not allow the sale of raffle tickets, so please call us
at 480.515.1542 or e-mail
email@example.com to order your tickets. You may also purchase raffle tickets
the evening of the event. Tickets cost $50 each.
This will be your chance to help the Camelot program in a very tangible way by providing
funds specifically for things like saddles, helmets, farrier services, & equine
Meet Our Featured Students
10-year-old Claudia, a student at Grayhawk Elementary in Scottsdale, was born with
cerebral palsy and started riding horses when she was 2.
Her goal is to someday become a teacher and work with children who have visual impairments.
Seeing her determination on horseback, we are confident that she will achieve her
Richard broke his neck in a diving accident in 2000. While doctors initially believed
he would never walk again, Richard has worked hard to regain his mobility and independence.
He has discovered that riding increases his ability to stand up straight which,
in turn, improves his gait and flexibility.
For More Information...
Starry Knights Fundraiser
Saturday, October 25, 2014
6:00 - 9:00 PM
The Scottsdale Plaza Resort
7200 N. Scottsdale Rd.
(North of Indian Bend on Scottsdale)
Scottsdale, Arizona 85253
David S. Van Denburgh Family Foundation
Dr. Harry Ashenhurst
Dr. & Mrs. Geffrey Graham
Dr. & Mrs. Norman Saba
The Dream Shooter is a mythical knight, an archer with superior
command of the longbow. In times of ceremony, gentle folk would share their dreams
and ask those wishes be sent to the heavens in hopes that they could be blessed
and returned to earth.
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