Equestrian Aid Foundation Salutes Julie Ross for Her Longstanding Commitment to the Equestrian Community
Wellington, Fla. - July 5, 2018 - As the mother of a professional rider who worked his way up through the ranks, Julie Ross has a keen understanding of the equestrian community from her view at the periphery. She knows about the drive and dedication of the equestrian community.
Julie Ross with her son Robert Ross, Equestrian Aid Foundation co-founder and board member.
Ten years ago, Julie Ross, mother of Equestrian Aid Foundation co-founder and board member Robert Ross, made a commitment to the equestrian community. "I asked my son what he wanted for Christmas. He said he would love it if I made a donation to the Equestrian Aid Foundation," said Julie. "So I did, and I have not stopped as it feels pretty good to give and contribute to the Equestrian Aid Foundation."
Through her unwavering monthly commitment, Julie has singlehandedly funded over 100 doctors' visits for horsemen whose lives and livelihoods depended on the care they received during times of medical and financial crisis.
"Her contributions help ensure Equestrian Aid Foundation has the funds to get critically ill and injured equestrians back on their feet and, in most cases, earning a living by doing the work they love," said board member Scot Evans.
Julie is the motivation for the Equestrian Aid Foundation's Change Rein Monthly Giving Program, an initiative that encourages members of the equestrian community to donate on a monthly basis.
"Each month your spare change can effect a huge change for an equestrian struggling to become self-sufficient again," said Janise Gray, Director of Grant Recipient Services. "As one of our recipients told me, you're not giving a hand-out, you're giving a hand up."
Join Julie and other horsemen by participating in the
Change Rein Monthly Giving Program
to support the Equestrian Aid Foundation!