RRP Campaign Gets Matching Donor

Thoroughbred Makeover | Sarah Andrew

An anonymous donor has pledged a matching $4,500 contribution to the Retired Racehorse Project's summer Fund-a-Need campaign.

“We're exceedingly grateful for the donation match that has been pledged to our Fund-a-Need campaign this year,” said RRP development manager Megan Garlich. “The Makeover is much more than a horse show. It's a movement of people committed to showcasing the versatility, athleticism and trainability of Thoroughbred ex-racehorses and securing their place in non-racing careers. Fund-a-Need allows us to continue to provide the necessary resources to produce the event and foster meaningful community through the Makeover experience.”

The Fund-a-Need campaign, which has a goal of $20,000 total for 2024, allows supporters to contribute to the cost of producing the Thoroughbred Makeover by directly funding aspects of the event production, including volunteer lunches, jump decor, participant ribbons and more.

To support the Fund-a-Need campaign, please visit therrp.org/fund-a-need.

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