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Wear Your Best Party Hat and Celebrate JustWorld’s “Sweet 16” Birthday Celebration

January 17, 2019 By: maryhaley Category: What's Happenin'

WELLINGTON, FLORIDA – Nonprofit JustWorld International has a sweet reason to celebrate this year; they will be commemorating sixteen years of uniting the equestrian community to support and empower thousands of children around the world. JustWorld invites guests to celebrate this collective change at its “Sweet Sixteen” birthday at the Annual JustWorld Gala, presented by Caryl Philips & Frank Zeiss and the Palm Beach Masters Series, on Friday, January 25, 2019.

Each year, JustWorld International hosts the Annual JustWorld Gala to celebrate and applaud the positive change that the organization and its supporters are making in the lives of thousands of children who need it most. The JustWorld Gala attracts some of the international equestrian industry’s top riders, trainers, owners and supporters, as well as important members of the community to continue supporting the mission of JustWorld. The evening will host a series of fundraising events that will directly benefit JustWorld partner projects, including a silent auction and live auction.

JustWorld promises to bring spectacular entertainment to the event. Guests are encouraged to bring their best party hat to join in on the birthday celebration. Hosted by Belle Herbe Farm, located at 3206 Old Hampton Drive in Wellington, the lively atmosphere will be brought to life through food, drinks and specialty entertainment created for the evening. JustWorld is thankful that Bolay will be returning as the Official Catering Sponsor of the evening, preparing all of the delicious food for the passed hors-d’oeuvres and delectable tasting stations.

JustWorld thanks Caryl Philips & Frank Zeiss and the Palm Beach Masters Series, who are returning as the Presenting Sponsors. The organization is delighted to announce exciting new partnerships this year as well, including CaptiveOne, the highly anticipated restaurant and lounge Trophy Room, as Official Bar Sponsor, Noëlle Floyd as Official Media Sponsor and Mark Edward Partners. Trophy Room will also be hosting the Gala after-party and Mark Edward Partners will be sponsoring free rides through Uber during the evening so guests will be able to celebrate safely.

Longtime supporter Voltaire Design is returning for the second year as Gala Sponsor. Also continuing their ongoing support, Horseware Ireland will be coming back as sponsor of the fun photo booth, allowing guests to capture a night to be remembered. Lastly, Tito’s Vodka will once again be generously donating to the Gala.

Join JustWorld’s “Sweet Sixteen” to tip your hat and continue to support children in need around the world. For more information regarding the 16th Annual JustWorld Gala, please visit: gala.justworldinternational.org

JustWorld and the CP Palm Beach Masters Brought Fun and Entertainment at the JustWorld Kid Zone!

February 08, 2017 By: maryhaley Category: What's Happenin'

Deeridge Farms, a 300-acre oasis of serenity and beauty set in the Village of Wellington, hosted the CP Palm Beach Masters Presented by SOVARO®. This year’s event featured a popular schedule and showcased one of the final two East Coast qualifying events in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League to qualify for the 2017 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Finals in Omaha, Nebraska, in March.

JustWorld was thrilled to partner with the CP Palm Beach Masters for the second year to bring exciting entertainment to Wellington at The JustWorld Kid Zone. The JustWorld Kid Zone was held during the CP Palm Beach Masters on Saturday, February 4th, and Sunday, February 5th, from 11:00-2:00 pm. JustWorld ran their signature horseless horseshow, an event which allows kids to gallop over a course of miniature jumps and test their skills like the top riders. JustWorld mascots, mini ponies Domino and Tootsie, tried out the course as well. Other fun activities included a balloon artist, face painting, a jumbo slide, and bounce house.

Special guest performer Johnny Rez, from the hit NBC show The Voice, sang the National Anthem on Sunday, February 5th, before the Grand Prix and his new single “Lifted High” from the movie “The Lachance Kids,” which will be released in April. Johnny Rez, a singer/songwriter from Miami, is a JustWorld Ambassador who recently traveled to Guatemala with JustWorld to spend time with students and Ambassadors at JustWorld’s partner project, Los Patojos. Johnny also performed at the 14th Annual JustWorld Gala, sharing with JustWorld’s Gala guests his personal story of how music changed his life and his new connection to Los Patojos before hitting the dance floor while he sang live. Johnny stopped by the JustWorld Kid Zone to join in on all the festivities as well.

The CP Palm Beach Masters believes in JustWorld’s mission of breaking the cycle of poverty by funding local partners around the world to benefit children. As the Presenting Sponsor of JustWorld’s 14th Annual Gala, the CP Palm Beach Masters made a generous donation to help support JustWorld’s life-sustaining projects in Cambodia, Guatemala, and Honduras. These projects help sustain programs that provide basic needs to more than 6,500 children with little opportunity to receive support from other sources. With their donation, thousands of children will be supported through education, nutrition, health and hygiene, and leadership and cultural development programs.

ABOUT JUSTWORLD INTERNATIONAL 

JustWorld International is devoted to breaking the cycle of poverty by funding local partners around the world helping children thrive.

JustWorld International is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in the United States and a registered Association 1901 in France. Tax-deductible donations are accepted in Switzerland and JustWorld’s supporters may send their donations to Fondation Philanthropia, a Swiss public-benefit umbrella foundation. JustWorld International has no political or religious affiliation.

For more information about JustWorld and how you can get involved, please visit www.justworldinternational.org.

 

 

Kevin Staut Travels to Cambodia as JustWorld International Ambassador

October 07, 2013 By: janwest Category: What's Happenin'

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia – “I am going to take a break,” Kevin Staut announced at the end of September, “…and I am staying away from show jumping arenas this fall.” Truth be told, his ‘break’ is only relative to show jumping. The French rider flew to Phnom Penh, Cambodia on October 4 where he will visit two schools (Stung Mean Chey and Borey Keila) supported by JustWorld International, an organization for which he has been a Rider Ambassador since 2007. This trip also coincides with the launch of JustWorld’s new Give 4 Good Campaign for which the rider has become the representative of the “Education in Cambodia” cause.

 

“This four-day-trip has been scheduled for a long time and is in direct line with Staut’s long-term involvement with JustWorld International,” a supporter reaffirmed last spring.

 

 

Photo By: Agence R&B Presse / Pascal Renauldon

Photo By: Agence R&B Presse / Pascal Renauldon

“As an Ambassador for JustWorld International, I now feel ready to do more than just donate a

percentage of the prize-money I’ve won in competition,” said Staut.

 

In Phnom Penh, Staut will meet children at two schools that welcome roughly 830 pupils and their families in a place located not far from a slum. The rider will interact with the school children, participate in their classes, and share his experiences as a sportsman. He will also meet the volunteers who work at this project on a daily basis and interact with them, but above all – learn from them.

 

Equidia TV will accompany Kevin and the JustWorld International team to visit the project in Cambodia and help raise awareness in the equestrian community. Kevin explains that, “Equidia is the ideal media partner to make people aware of the organization and its activities.” Equidia will film Staut during his visit in Phnom Penh and broadcast the report on Equidia Life this fall.

 

For the 2009 European Champion this trip will be emotional as his sister, Jade, will accompany him to visit the project. “Jade was adopted when she was 6 months old. She was born in Phnom Penh, but she has never been back there since she first arrived in France. I am very much looking forward to experiencing this trip with her,” said Staut.

 

For JustWorld International, Staut’s visit to the project in Cambodia is yet another display of his involvement with the cause and of his invaluable support. Jessica Newman, Founder and Executive Director of JustWorld International, explains that “Kevin’s further involvement and his visit to the project in Cambodia brings his support to a new level. Equidia will provide us with an exceptional means to raising awareness in the equestrian community. This visit and the report showcased on Equidia Life will contribute to increased awareness for JustWorld’s efforts and teach viewers about the reality of the living conditions for hundreds of children in Cambodia.”

 

Kevin Staut is to arrive in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on the evening of Saturday, October 5 and stay through Tuesday, October 8.

 

For more information: www.espace-kevinstaut.com

Feel free to contact us for any additional information and for interview with Kevin Staut.

Press Contact: Agence Blanco Negro – Laurence Dacoury

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Jessica Newman (left) and Kevin Staut prepare for an interview with Equidia.

Jessica Newman (left) and Kevin Staut prepare for an interview with Equidia.

For more information: www.espace-kevinstaut.com

Feel free to contact us for any additional information and for interview with Kevin Staut.

Press Contact: Agence Blanco Negro – Laurence Dacoury

Tél: +33 (0) 1 47 72 81 41 Mob: +33 (0)6 18 41 30 28 Email: agence@blanconegro.fr

Kitty Clay Teams Up with Sintessi to Benefit JustWorld International

September 05, 2013 By: janwest Category: What's Happenin'

Interiors shop and world-renowned jeweler host 2-day event in Southampton Village

Southampton, NY – August 26, 2013 – Two designers from two different worlds recently teamed up to give back.  Kitty Clay, owner of the new eponymous interiors boutique in Southampton welcomed jewelry designer Michel Piranesi of Sintessi on Thursday, August 22 and Friday, August 23 for two “Meet the Designer” events to benefit JustWorld International.

Hosted by JustWorld Ambassadors Reed Kessler, Nic Roldan, Candice King and Brandon Phillips, guests sipped on rosé and nibbled on light bites as they perused Kitty’s eclectic mix of home goods, sourced from artisans around the world.  Others tried on timeless pieces from Sintessi’s refined jewelry collection, which sparkled from a table in the middle of the room. Leesa Rowland, Alex Cecil, Annie Falk, Shamin Abas and R. Couri Hay were just a few of the notables on hand.

10% of sales from across the two days will benefit JustWorld International, who works through the international equestrian community and its extensive networks to fund and sustain programs that provide basic education, nutrition, health, hygiene and vocational programs for children in impoverished communities throughout the globe.

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Photo of Nic Roldan sporting his jersey in support of Just World before he takes the field

“I spend several months out of the year traveling to different parts of the world, sourcing and handpicking new items for the shop,” said Clay.  “I’ve seen the plight firsthand that some children have to experience in impoverished communities, so this is a cause that’s very close to my heart.”

“I jumped at the opportunity to help,” added Piranesi.  “We are so privileged to be surrounded every day by such fine things.  Giving back is what it’s all about.”

About Kitty Clay

Designer Kitty Clay shares her personal picks from the international world of décor in her chic, new eponymous boutique in Southampton Village at 27 West Main Street.  Her first signature retail space, the shop focuses on antiques, hand-made furniture, artist small renditions and sustainable goods where possible.  For more information, head to www.KittyClay.com or phone 631.488.4411.

About Sintessi

Michel Piranesi has been creating extraordinary jewelry all his life. From custom engagement rings to bespoke special pieces to refined jewelry collection, Sintessi’s jewelry is both elegant and classic. Michele’s eye for timeless beauty and his extensive resources for high quality gems manifest themselves in sophisticated jewelry, for a discriminating clientele. 

About JustWorld International

Founded in 2003 by Jessica Newman, JustWorld International is a not-for-profit, humanitarian organization, which funds life-changing nutrition, health and hygiene, education, as well as leadership and cultural development programs for impoverished children in Cambodia, Honduras and Guatemala.  There are currently more than 500 Rider and Technical Official Ambassadors representing 40 different countries, whose efforts to support JustWorld’s projects have raised in excess of $6 million to date.  For more information on JustWorld, please visit www.justworldinternational.org.

Young Riders from Around the World Rally to Raise Over $87,000 for Children in Need

June 08, 2013 By: janwest Category: What's Happenin'

Wellington, FL – June 7, 2013 – It was a busy five months for JustWorld Ambassadors, but the numbers are finally in for the 2013 JustWorld Team Challenge. It was Team Guatemala who won the challenge this year, raising more than $31,000 through hard work, fundraisers and generous donations. Three teams representing JustWorld projects in Guatemala, Honduras and Cambodia raised over $87,000 in total–an unprecedented amount raised by young rider fundraising initiatives. JustWorld International is a not-for-profit humanitarian organization that funds life-changing nutrition, health and hygiene, education, and leaderships and cultural development programs for impoverished children in the three represented countries.

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The Team Challenge began January 1st and ran through May. Two co-captains, one based on the West Coast and one on the East Coast of the United-States, led each team. The teams were comprised of JustWorld Ambassadors consisting of Juniors, Amateurs, Professionals and Technical Officials. The Team Challenge opened a new outlet for JustWorld Ambassadors; teaching them about raising awareness of the JustWorld projects and raising funds for these projects by utilizing e-mail, phones and social media to capture the technology of today, and in doing so, raise awareness of those in need. The teams created their own innovative ideas to raise funds for their country’s project. They created their own Facebook Groups and websites, and provided up-to-date information about their mission to spread the word about JustWorld.

 

In total, the Team Challenge was nothing short of a phenomenal success. With over $87,000 raised for the ongoing projects in the three countries, Ambassadors from 15 different countries across the globe united. In North America over 27 of the United States and five provinces in Canada were represented.

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Team Guatemala raised $31,221 through their efforts. With West Coast co-captain Morgan Dickerson and East Coast co-captain Kira Kerkorian, Team Guatemala worked to raise funds to continue providing scholarships to attend school, educational reinforcement lessons, and access to a healthy community kitchen and free medical clinic. Guatemala is an impoverished Latin American country, where three quarters of the country lives below the poverty line. For Guatemalan children, this means many of them do not have access to health care, proper nutrition or education. JustWorld partners with Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) Los Patojos to establish a safe learning environment for more than 180 children in the dangerous community of Jocotenango. Team Guatemala would like to specifically thank the Ziegler Family for their generous donation to their team.

 

“The Team Challenge was probably one of the best things I have done with JustWorld. I have only been an Ambassador for three years, and the support and energy I witnessed from the Team Challenge was great. I was so thankful to be a part of such a dedicated team,” Dickerson described. “It really brought all of the Ambassadors closer together, and we worked a lot to try and coordinate different things. I was so amazed by the amount of supporters and the dedication; it really gave Team Guatemala a fighting spirit.”

Morgan Dickerson (Team Guatemala West Coast Co-Captain), Sophie Simpson, Will Simpson, Hannah Heidegger, Sydney Callaway, and Francie Steinwedell-Carvin

Morgan Dickerson (Team Guatemala West Coast Co-Captain), Sophie Simpson, Will Simpson, Hannah Heidegger, Sydney Callaway, and Francie Steinwedell-Carvin

Kira Kerkorian (Team Guatemala East Coast Co-Captain), Calla Kerkorian and friend

Kira Kerkorian (Team Guatemala East Coast Co-Captain), Calla Kerkorian and friend

Madison Bradshaw on the West Coast worked in tandem with East Coast co-captain Max Beaumont to raise awareness and funds for Team Cambodia. Cambodia is still recovering from the national trauma of Pol Pot’s brutal regime and genocide from roughly 35 years ago. The country now struggles with a lack of free education and extreme poverty-particularly in rural areas where 92 percent of the impoverished population lives. JustWorld partnered with the People Improvement Organization in Phnom Penh to address this problem and has built two schools and funds the education of 800 children. Team Cambodia was able to raise $28,608 and had a generous donation from the Rizvi Family. They also saw great success from International Donors and saw repeated donations from several donors.

 

“As a Co-Captain I realized that we needed a lot more organization on the West Coast, where we don’t have the same level of support, adult guidance and leadership,” Bradshaw explained. “I was trying to get the other Ambassadors to create their own initiatives, try new thing and get more kids involved. A lot of them want to gain more involvement, but they don’t necessarily know how. The Team Challenge gave them a concrete way to do that-it gave them ideas and tangible goals. We had ambassadors that really rose to the occasion.”

Riley Newsome, Max Beaumont (Team Cambodia East Coast Co-Captain), and Kate Morrison

Riley Newsome, Max Beaumont (Team Cambodia East Coast Co-Captain), and Kate Morrison

Madison Bradshaw (Team Cambodia West Coast Co-Captain), Alex Afzal, and friends at Alex and Ani San Francisco Team Challenge Kick Off

Madison Bradshaw (Team Cambodia West Coast Co-Captain), Alex Afzal, and friends at Alex and Ani San Francisco Team Challenge Kick Off

“We had really creative ideas involving golf carts at the horse shows, cup cake sales, belt sales, and even made our own swag bags that were really popular. One of the best things we did was the Million Dollar Grand Prix project where we had all of the riders sign a JustWorld saddle pad, and then raffled it off. You can also see many of our supporters wearing bracelets that the kids from Cambodia made themselves, it was such a group effort,” Bradshaw said. “I would like to see more involvement next year from Ambassadors in other Zones and countries; I think that the Team Challenge has even more potential to make an impact.”

 

West Coast Captain Sarah Abdi and East Coast Captain Ali Lieberman represented Team Honduras. These co-captains raised awareness for the second poorest country in Central America. Honduras suffers from extraordinarily unequal distribution of wealth and high unemployment. JustWorld has worked throughout Honduras to address the education, health and nutrition of children in impoverished communities. JustWorld currently works with local NGO Compartir to bring education and social development to children through the mobile library, which reaches 2,500 children in slums around Tegucigalpa. This team raised $27,196 to help JustWorld continue their mission in Honduras. Katie Quirk generously donated to their cause, and Team Honduras had the most International Donors.

Sarah Abdi (Team Honduras West Coast Co-Captain), Lily Blavin, Francie Steinwedell-Carvin, Emily Mullins, Sarah Mullins, Katie Crampton, and Grady Lyman

Sarah Abdi (Team Honduras West Coast Co-Captain), Lily Blavin, Francie Steinwedell-Carvin, Emily Mullins, Sarah Mullins, Katie Crampton, and Grady Lyman

Paige Wilson, Piper Benjamin, Friend, Ali Lieberman (Team Honduras East Coast Co-Captain), and Maria Aponte

Paige Wilson, Piper Benjamin, Friend, Ali Lieberman (Team Honduras East Coast Co-Captain), and Maria Aponte

“The Team Challenge was a really awesome experience, definitely hard work, but so rewarding,” Lieberman said. “I think the greatest thing I will take away is the feeling of making a difference for them. You are doing philanthropy for them, but the work you are doing also helps you to become an even better person. It is such satisfaction to know that you have helped them. This is something I never would have had if I hadn’t been involved with JustWorld, this challenge has opened my eyes to so many possibilities.”

 

Lieberman concluded, “Such a fabulous experience, and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to lead the team and work with the JustWorld staff. I am so glad I was able to help the kids in Honduras, even if it was only in a small way.”

 

If you are interested in becoming involved in the 2014 Team Challenge, please contact JustWorld Ambassador Coordinator Amber Warren at awarren@justworldinternational.org. Although the program does not begin until January, you can start fundraising initiatives in your own community, work to spread the word through friends and family, and begin raising donations to help JustWorld continue to make an impact in impoverished countries. Know that you are able to help make a change in the world with the JustWorld Team Challenge.

Founded in 2003 by Jessica Newman, JustWorld International is a not-for-profit, humanitarian organization, which funds life-changing nutrition, health and hygiene, education, as well as leadership and cultural development programs for impoverished children in Cambodia, Honduras and Guatemala.  There are currently more than 500 Rider and Technical Official Ambassadors representing 40 different countries, whose efforts to support JustWorld’s projects have raised in excess of $6 million to date.  For more information on JustWorld, please visit www.justworldinternational.org.

 

JustWorld International is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in the United States and a registered Association 1901 in France both for which donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. In addition, tax-deductible donations are accepted in Canada and Switzerland. JustWorld International has no political or religious affiliation.

 

Kevin Staut and Equidia Partner with JustWorld International for the Children of Cambodia

May 25, 2013 By: janwest Category: What's Happenin'

May 23, 2013 – An equestrian’s focus can become isolated on their horses and competitions when at the highest level of the sport, but world-class rider Kevin Staut has never allowed his focus to falter from the good he can provide in the community as an equestrian icon. Since 2007, the French rider has been a long-term Rider Ambassador for JustWorld International, a charitable organization that raises funds within the global equestrian community to help provide education, nutrition, healthcare and vocational training programs to underprivileged children in impoverished communities around the world.

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Recently, JustWorld International has become common ground for Staut and French broadcaster, Equidia TV. Both have decided to support JustWorld through a unique and unprecedented partnership. This October, Equidia will follow Staut to the JustWorld project in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as he visits with nearly 830 children and their families. He hopes the trip will increase awareness for JustWorld’s efforts as he shows viewers how they can get involved and help with JustWorld’s mission.

 

Jessica Newman and Kevin Staut prepare for their interview with Equidia

Jessica Newman and Kevin Staut prepare for their interview with Equidia

 

Phnom Penh, Cambodia holds a personal connection for Staut, opening the doors for this partnership to take place. Accompanying Staut on this trip will be his half-sister, Jade. “Jade was adopted when she was 6 months old. She is from Phnom Penh but has never been back there since she first arrived to France. I am very much looking forward to living this experience with her,” Staut described.

 

For Staut, this visit parallels with his long-term involvement as a JustWorld International Ambassador. “JustWorld counts on the support of riders to help raise awareness within the equestrian world to provide a better life for children in developing countries,” Staut continued. “As an ambassador for JustWorld International, I now feel ready to do more than just give a percentage of my prize-money. Equidia, a JustWorld partner, is the ideal media to make people aware of the association and its activities.”

 

This partnership is the epitome of the activism and work JustWorld International puts into their projects, raising funds and awareness throughout the equestrian sport, as a whole. “Kevin was one of the first riders to make the decision to support us,” Founder and Executive Director of JustWorld International Jessica Newman explained. “He is a perfect flagship of JustWorld, and even now that he has become of the best riders of the world, he remains true to his word and continues to help our organization.”

 

Newman added, “The visit to our project in Cambodia this October is yet another showcase of his involvement and invaluable support.”

 

Jessica Newman and Kevin Staut conduct and interview with Equidia

Jessica Newman and Kevin Staut conduct and interview with Equidia

 

Staut’s desire to support JustWorld and share success is also prevalent in Equidia Life, the Equestrian Channel. “Equidia will provide us with an exceptional visibility towards the equestrian community,” Newman said. “We are proud to count on Equidia’s support and all of their crew who will accompany us to all the best events in France and Europe.”

 

Equidia is equally proud of this association with Kevin Staut and JustWorld International. “We have been thinking about this project for many months and we are proud to see it coming to life,” Executive Director of Equidia Eric Brion explained. “This is a testimony to our commitment within the International equestrian community, and the need to raise awareness about acting in a socially responsible manner. We plan to put all of our energy and the leverage of our different channels into this project. A three-year plan is currently underway for our partnership. This plan will be supported by our TV channels, as well as Equidia’s digital community, which is includes a very active presence on both the Internet and throughout social media.”

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Founded in 2003 by Jessica Newman, JustWorld International is a not-for-profit, humanitarian organization, which funds life-changing nutrition, health and hygiene, education, as well as leadership and cultural development programs for impoverished children in Cambodia, Honduras and Guatemala.  There are currently more than 500 Rider and Technical Official Ambassadors representing 40 different countries, whose efforts to support JustWorld’s projects have raised in excess of $6 million to date.  For more information on JustWorld, please visit www.justworldinternational.org.

 

* Equidia broadcasts its programs via Equidia Live, 100% horse racing, and Equidia Life, 100% horse, reaching more than 3.5 million television viewers each month.

 

For more information with regard to this partnership, please visit www.kevinstaut.com.

Join JustWorld International For Their Signature Horseless Horse Show

February 15, 2013 By: janwest Category: What's Happenin'

Wellington, FL – February 14, 2012 – Countless young horse lovers dream of one day entering the ring at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center as part of the Winter Equestrian Festival. JustWorld International makes that dream a reality in a unique way with their signature Horseless Horse Show. Saturday, February 23, come out to the Winter Equestrian Festival to take your turn over the horseless horse show’s short stirrup jumper, children’s jumper, team relay race, or puissance course, beginning at approximately 5 pm in the DeNemethy Arena at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.

 

JustWorld International’s signature Horseless Horse Shows attracts more than 100 children of all ages to take their turn competing over a human-size jump course. It is one of the most entertaining charity events of the season, for children and parents alike. The jumps are made as though they came straight from a miniature grand prix ring, complete with elaborate, decorative standards that add to the horse show feel. Participants jump their highest and run their fastest as they vie for top ribbons and prizes in this fun, athletic event.

 

The 2013 JustWorld Horseless Horse Show will feature the Puissance high jump competition, Short Stirrup Jumpers, Children’s Jumpers class, and the anticipated Team Relay Race. Ribbons will be presented to the top finishers in each class. Entries are $15 per class.

 

All money raised through sponsorships and participant registrations go directly to JustWorld’s education and nutrition projects for impoverished children in Honduras, Cambodia, Guatemala and Brazil.

 

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Sponsor opportunities are available on two different levels: class sponsorships and title sponsorships. Class sponsors have the opportunity to have a class named to their choosing and to participate in the ribbon presentation to the winners of this class. Class sponsors’ logos will appear on all 2013 WEF Horseless Horse Show event posters and flyers and on all JustWorld Horseless Horse Show entry blanks. In addition, sponsors will be included in event press releases, social media activities and promotions, as well as being included in an article about the Horseless Horse Show in JustWorld International’s electronic newsletter.

 

The cost of the class sponsorship is $1,500, and title sponsorships are available for $5,000. To participate as a sponsor, please e-mail Sabrina Jurak at sjurak@justworldinternational.org.

 

 

To download an entry form for the JustWorld International Horseless Horse Show please click here. To download the poster for the JustWorld International Horseless Horse Show please click here

 

Founded in 2003 by Jessica Newman, JustWorld International is a not-for-profit, humanitarian organization, which funds life-changing nutrition, health and hygiene, education, as well as leadership and cultural development programs for impoverished children in Cambodia, Honduras and Guatemala. There are currently more than 500 Rider and Technical Official Ambassadors representing 40 different countries, whose efforts to support JustWorld’s projects have raised in excess of $6 million to date. For more information on JustWorld, please visit www.justworldinternational.org.