Raising over $300,000 to-date for local nonprofits!
Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Assembly is proud to announce that Hill Country Youth Ranch has been chosen as this year’s beneficiary.
Hill Country Youth Ranch, which is based in Ingram, gives abandoned and abused children a safe place to live, go to school and learn how to become productive members of society. The funds for Hill Country Youth Ranch will benefit their Children’s Fund, which ensures the provision of essentials for our children – food, clothing, housing, and transportation – plus the basic amenities of holiday celebrations, weekly allowances, birthdays, recreational activities, educational adventures and a wide variety of life enrichment experiences.
Come out on New Year’s Day to support Hill County Youth Ranch!
Ready to take the plunge and slide down a 35-foot-high, 116-foot-long water slide, straight into the icy waters of the Guadalupe River?? BE BOLD AND GET COLD! Join the fun and register as a slider!
-Free Mo-Ranch polar bear T-shirt for all participants registered by 12/15/2019
-Sliders must raise pledges in advance or pay a minimum of $25 contribution to the non-profit
-Music & entertainment during registration on New Year’s Day from 12- 1 p.m.
-The event will officially begin on New Year’s Day at 1 p.m.
-Open to the public for spectators to come and enjoy free food, beverages, entertainment, festivities & polar bear fun
-Certified lifeguard on duty
Prizes will be awarded at the event for:
Raising the most money (Individual)
Team raising the most money (Adult and youth)
Oldest polar bear
Polar bear with the best costume
Polar bear farthest from home
Prior Polar Bear Plunge beneficiaries include organizations such as Partners in Ministry, Christian Women’s Job Corps, Star Ranch, Hill Country College Fund, Christian Assistance Ministry, Kid’s Advocacy Place, Habitat for Humanity, K-Star, BCFS Health and Human Services, Hill Country Crisis Council, Kerr County United Way, The Salvation Army of Kerrville, Kerr County Young Life and Big Brothers Big Sisters and West Kerr County Youth Sports.