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New Client Submissions For Free Services Temporarily Suspended - Saving Funds to Build Mobile Facility, Then Resume

by Hawke Robinson published Mar 11, 2016 11:30 AM, last modified Jun 15, 2016 01:24 PM
While we have been attempting to continue providing services for free throughout the Northwest USA, the logistics obstacles, facilities, and hotel costs, have lately limited most services to the greater Spokane area.

While we have been attempting to continue providing services for free throughout the Northwest USA, however the logistics obstacles, facilities, and hotel costs, have lately limited most services to the greater Spokane area.

Remember all these projects have been self-funded. We have temporarily put on hold accepting any new clients or projects so that we can temporarily lower our monthly costs enabling us to save and accumulate the finances necessary for the down payment on a planned custom-built, wheelchair friendly mobile facility.

This wheelchair friendly mobile facility will greatly reduce the costs of providing these free services, so we can once again provide them to far more people in the future. This will enable us to expand these service offerings throughout all of North America, benefiting a wider range of populations in need, including rural locations.

While it was a difficult decision to suspend accepting new clients and projects (current clients & projects will continue to completion), it will in the long run benefit everyone, and far more people than we could have before, once the trailer is built.

Once the manufacturer receives the down payment, it will take approximately 3 to 6 months for the trailer to be completed and delivered.

Once we have the trailer, we will resume accepting new clients, and establish a schedule covering North America.

While we are attempting to self-fund this endeavor as much as possible, and though we are not a 501(c)(3), donations are accepted to help speed up the process, through http://www.gofundme.com/rpgtrailer

Further details and mock-ups of the trailer can be found here:

http://www.rpgtrailer.com

Many thanks to the community for your support, kind words, understanding, and enthusiastic support!

Sincerely,

-Hawke Robinson

President, RPG Therapeutics LLC

Founder & Primary Investigator, The RPG Research Project

Washington State Department of Health Registered Recreational Therapist