One of our favorite ways of coming together in support of Storm Harbor and the amazing work that takes place inside our ring is the annual Sunset Serenade. We are excited to announce that the Sunset Serenade will be in person once again this year! Seeing all of you, the amazing donors who make our work possible, is the highlight of every year. As always, sponsorships and proceeds from the Sunset Serenade will be directed to Storm Harbor Equestrian Center’s endowment, providing support for rider scholarships and adaptive riding opportunities for children and adults with disabilities.
Date: Friday, October 1st, 2021
Time: Doors open at 5:30 PM
BECOME A CELEBRATION SPONSOR
As a sponsor, your name or company name will be prominently displayed in promotional materials and you will be recognized as a leading supporter of Storm Harbor Equestrian Center. Sponsorships are vital to the Celebration's success. Our sponsor levels go up to $25,000. All sponsorships are greatly appreciated.
DONATE TO OUR AUCTION
The fun and frenzy of the live and silent auctions depend on an enticing array of items to be auctioned. You or your business will be included in our newsletter and website to thank you for donating.
People (and horses!) are the heart of Storm Harbor Equestrian Center. Show your support by attending our event! Enjoy our signature cocktails and delicious food stations while bidding on exciting auction items! If you are interested in more information, please contact us at 724.738.4010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the link www.srufoundation.org/sunset
SUNSET SERENADE CELEBRATION SPONSORS
Thank you to our sponsors who have a direct and profound impact on the lives of our riders. You are our heroes!
DIAMOND SPONSORS ($25,000 OR MORE)
Drs. Carolyn and Paul Rizza
BRONZE SPONSORS - ($2,500)
COPPER SPONSORS - ($1,000)
Jim and Don Bartolomucci
President Bill Behre and Leah Ingram
David and Anne Efron
Samantha Swift and Dana Meute
Chuck and Michelle Plinta
Dennis and Joyce Sawford
Mickey and Jud Stewart
Drs. James and Kathleen Strickland