Central Virginia Horse Rescue (CVHR), a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of equines, is excited to announce the receipt of a significant donation from the Fredericksburg Nationals baseball team and Amy Cherry Taylor & Associates. The generous donation of $14,852.40, presented on December 13th, is the proceeds from the FredNats Jersey Auction, an annual FredNats event sponsored by Amy Cherry Taylor & Associates.
During Fan Appreciation night in September, the Fredericksburg Nationals wear special jerseys that are auctioned off to support local charities. This year, CVHR was selected as the beneficiary of this wonderful charitable event by Amy Cherry Taylor & Associates who sponsors the Jersey Auction annually. The funds raised will crucially assist in purchasing hay and feed for the 34+ horses currently in the care of CVHR, ensuring these rescued animals receive the necessary nutrition and care.
Stacy Franklin, the Executive Director of Central Virginia Horse Rescue, warmly expressed her thanks: “We are immensely grateful for this donation. It is a significant contribution to our ongoing efforts in providing quality care for our horses. The Fredericksburg Nationals, Amy Cherry Taylor & Associates, and everyone involved in the auction have shown remarkable support for our cause, for which we are deeply appreciative.”
About Central Virginia Horse Rescue:
Central Virginia Horse Rescue, located in Fredericksburg, VA, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to the rescue, rehabilitation, and rehoming of horses in need. Established with a vision to create a safe haven for neglected, abused, and abandoned horses, CVHR has grown into a respected rescue organization. Through tireless efforts and community support, CVHR not only provides immediate care for these animals but also educates the public on responsible horse ownership and welfare. As a resource for horses and a beacon of hope in the equine community, CVHR continues to make a meaningful impact in the lives of horses and horse enthusiasts alike.