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To our treasured Horse Park community,

 

In this time while we are apart, we ask you to “come together” with us. We are thinking of you, you’re deeply missed here. We sincerely hope you and your loved ones are healthy and in a positive space as we all continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. We also hope that you may find yourself in a position to lend us a hand. 

 

Like so many of your own businesses, organizations, and routines, The Horse Park at Woodside has undergone tremendous change of late. We are working diligently to comply with governmental orders. We understand the seriousness of the public health situation and we are fully committed to compliance. We have closed non-essential operations, allowing only member access to the facility for essential purposes. As soon as it is legal and safe, we intend to re-open more elements of activity at The Park in a responsible and thoughtful manner. We hope to soon provide the offerings and special events we all enjoy together. 

 

In the meantime, with the cancellation of all shows through May, we have lost a critical revenue stream. In the absence of this direly-needed income, The Park is appealing to you, our supporters and friends, to please make a contribution, if you are able, to help defray costs. Any amount makes a difference. $25 to $2,500 or more... any amount will be meaningful! As always, since we are a non-profit 501(c)(3), your contribution may be tax deductible. Please follow the link below to donate online. We would be most grateful for your participation. It takes a village‚Ķ

 

Sincerely,

 

Steve Roon                             Eileen Morgenthaler

Executive Director                 President, Board of Governors

 

Help realize the vision

 

Your tax-deductible gift will enable The Horse Park to continue offering educational, recreational and competitive equine activities for youth and adults while caring for the land, complying with County regulations, and preserving open space and a rapidly disappearing rural equestrian lifestyle.