Help Gal become the first Diabetic championGal is16 year's old, riding horses since she was 6.
Her dream is to be the first Israeli at the Olympic Games.
Gal is number two in the country in her level of dressage.
She is on her way to become a champion in spite of her Type 1 Diabetes.
Gal was diagnosed when she was 10.
On top of the regular challenges Gal has to keep her sugar level balanced in order to be able to concentrate and not to lose consciousness.
Nevertheless she still manages to win the contest.
Gal never gives up, although she faces many daily challenges being diabetic, and she has big ambitions.
In order to make her dream come through we need all the help we can get.
Horseback riding is an expensive sport.
The estimated cost is 14.000$ a year for the next 3 years.
We are looking for your donations to support her training for the next 3 years, including training camps with senior trainers in Europe (Pegasus).
The Pegasus program will start soon and the season of competitions had begun.
every training lesson by an Israeli trainer cost between 50-65$.
every training lesson by a trainer from abroad costs at least 130$
a day of competition cost around 260$
The horse maintanance , costs approximately 300$ a month.
the Pegasus program cost approximately 5000$.
Gal's story could be an inspiration for success to other kids who suffer from life risking chronic diseases, to show that it can be done.
We promise to keep you posted on every step of the way.
We thank you in advance for helping Gal's dream become a reality.
Any amount will be appreciated and together we can make a difference.