Camp Casey holds Horsey House Call Sunday

Published On: Sep 09 2012 05:54:45 PM EDT
Updated On: Sep 10 2012 12:33:05 PM EDT

It was no ordinary house call for 6-year-old Trevon Benson Sunday.

That's because it was a Horse House Call put on by Camp Casey.

GARDEN CITY, Mich. -

It was no ordinary house call for 6-year-old Trevon Benson Sunday.

That's because it was a Horse House Call put on by Camp Casey.

Camp Casey is known for it's nonprofit work that brings horses to kids with cancer as a type of therapy. And on Sunday, Camp Casey brought a horse to Trevon's home on the 28000 block of Birchlawn in Garden City.

Trevon and other neighborhood kids got the opportunity to ride the horse around the block. The kids also got to participate in other fun activities.

Trevon has been diagnosed with chronic myelogenous leukemia or CML.

Chase Community Giving's contest

Camp Casey is currently in the running to receive $250,000 for their funding if they are the top voted in the Chase Community Giving's online contest.

To sign up to vote for Camp Casey click here.

For more information on Camp Casey click here.

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