Written by: Lenore Brown-Phillips
Client: Virginia Horse Center Foundation
Release Date: 2016-11-22
Lexington, Va. – Nov. 22, 2016 – Thanksgiving is only a few days away, and each year thousands of non-profit organizations participate in a special day following Black Friday and Cyber Monday on November 29, called #GivingTuesday. The Virginia Horse Center (VHC) Foundation is using #GivingTuesday as an opportunity for their patrons to celebrate the VHC Foundation’s 30-year anniversary by donating $30 to their annual giving campaign. This small donation has the ability to help the VHC continue to fulfill their mission of becoming financially sustainable and to provide a preeminent facility for world-class equine events.
Every investment, no matter how great or small, in the VHC Foundation enriches the experience for every participant and visitor. The VHC is a dynamic organization that supports the thrill of competition, the special partnership between horse and rider, and a vibrant community.
For patrons that are interested in helping the VHC celebrate their 30-year anniversary, there are many ways to get involved. You may make a donation by going on-line to https://www.razoo.com/us/story/Virginia-Horse-Center-Foundation , or go to their website, http://www.horsecenter.org/, and click the DONATE icon at the top right of each page
If you plan of participating in #GivingTuesday with the VHC, you will be joined by an incredible group of “athlete ambassadors” that are supporting #GivingTuesday with the Virginia Horse Center Foundation including: Winn Alden, Michael Bertozzi with Cavallo Farm, Will Coleman, Robert Crandell, Phillip Dutton, Brooke Kemper, Mary Lisa Leffler with Rolling Acres, Darrin Mollett with Beverly Equestrian Center, Clark Montgomery, Lauren Sprieser and Don Stewart.
To learn more about #GivingTuesday and how to participate in this special event, follow the VHC Foundation and its “Athlete Ambassadors” on Facebook. You can also show your support by including the hashtags, #GivingTuesdayVHC and #GivingTuesday in your own posts.
To learn more about the Virginia Horse Center Foundation, please visit: www.horsecenter.org