Dear Friends, Supporters, and Community Members,
The Lake Oswego Hunt Club, an 87-year-old non-profit Oregon landmark, is in the process of recuperating from extensive damage caused by the unprecedented ice and wind storm in January. Damage includes; failing original plumbing, a flooded arena, fallen trees, and structural issues due to high winds, freezing temperatures, and prolonged power outages.
We urgently seek your assistance to raise significant funds for vital repairs and enhance our resilience for future storms. Beyond being a mere facility, the Hunt is a cornerstone of our community, offering a positive, safe space for hundreds of local youths to acquire equestrian skills, equine care, teamwork, and leadership through lessons and camps.
The impact of LOH on our community is immeasurable, and we are steadfast in preserving its historic legacy. Your contribution, irrespective of size, directly aids in repairing damage and fortifying our beloved facility against future challenges. Your generosity will not only reconstruct a facility but also invest in the lives of young equestrians and the preservation of a historic landmark.
Our initial fundraising focus is on urgently needed repairs to restore operations at the barn. We seek your support in achieving this goal. Thank you for your consideration and generosity. With your support, the Lake Oswego Hunt Club will ride again!
LAKE OSWEGO HUNT
Restore flooded arena footing for the safety of horses while enabling us to host future equestrian shows.
Ensure a well-functioning fire safety system.
Remove fallen and compromised trees and repair any associated damage.
Replace 70-year-old failing plumbing.
Establish the ability to run heating systems with generators during future storms.