WELLINGTON, Fla. (December 31, 2013) – HomeSafe announced that two-time Olympic Gold medalist McLain Ward and his wife Lauren as the new Co-Chairs for Jump for HomeSafe – set for Saturday, January 11 at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington. Hannah Patten, an up-and-coming teenage equestrian, is the event’s Junior Chair.
The family-friendly fundraiser takes place ringside in the Wellington Club Tent during the ever-popular Battle of the Sexes equestrian competition. Jump for HomeSafe provides attendees with exceptional indoor and outdoor viewing of equestrian competition, as well as cocktails, Hors d’oeuvres, dinner and a silent auction. The event also offers younger attendees an assortment of kid-friendly activities.
“We’re truly honored to have McLain and Lauren as the event’s Co-Chairs, and Hannah as the Junior Chair,” said Matthew Ladika, HomeSafe’s CEO. “Jump for HomeSafe is a unique event that demonstrates the equestrian community’s strong support of HomeSafe’s mission.”
All proceeds from Jump for HomeSafe will benefit HomeSafe, a non-profit organization helping victims of children abuse and domestic violence. Each year the charity serves more than sixteen thousand infants, children and families through comprehensive and results-driven intervention and prevention programs.
The event has compiled an impressive list of dedicated, well-respected community leaders to serve as Event Co-Chairs, including Georgina Bloomberg, Paige Johnson and Clara Belden. To date, Jump for HomeSafe has raised almost $200,000 for HomeSafe.
Sponsorships and tickets are available at www.HelpHomeSafe.org or by calling 561-383-9842.
In existence since 1979, HomeSafe is a nationally accredited non-profit organization protecting Palm Beach County and South Florida’s most vulnerable residents – victims of child abuse and domestic violence. Each year HomeSafe serves more than sixteen thousand infants, children and families. Through its results-driven approach, HomeSafe is a leading provider of comprehensive prevention and intervention services. Learn more about HomeSafe at www.HelpHomeSafe.org or by calling 561-383-9842.