Each year SASHA continues to raise money for our designated charities during our horse show. This year’s Charity Horse Show, held March 1-3, will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and Saddlebred Rescue.
Wounded Warriors Project
San Antonio is home to the nation’s largest military installation, Joint Base San Antonio, with nearly 80,000 Department of Defense personnel assigned. A great home for our nation’s military personnel, San Antonio is also known as “Military City, USA” due to its deep connection with the armed forces and support for those serving today and the thousands of military veterans who have chosen to live in San Antonio. SASHA is pleased and thankful to have the opportunity to honor our Wounded Warriors and give support to the organization that empowers them.
Each year SASHA continues to raise money for a designated charity. Our designated charity for our show to be held March 1-3, 2013 will be Wounded Warrior Project(WWP). WWP is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors. SASHA is committed to contributing at least ten percent (10%) of funds received through contributions to the Wounded Warrior Project.
SASHA has been a loyal supporter of the Saddlebred Rescue and will designated funds to this nonprofit organization as well. Saddlebred Rescue assists in the placement and care of abused and neglected horses.
Saddlebred Rescue Inc. New Jersey site is located at North Wind Stables which is a nationally known Saddlebred show facility which has many world and national title holders in residence. Mark and Nealia McCracken own this 40 acre facility and decided it was time to give back to the breed that Nealia has loved all her life and that brought them together. The result was Saddlebred Rescue Inc and North Wind Stables sharing the facility. You can find more information about North Wind Stables at www.northwindstables.com. $5 from every SASHA membership goes to Saddlebred Rescue.
Click to read a letter from Saddlebred Rescue Inc.