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Please Help Support Your UPHA Foundation

The UPHA Foundation is able to maintain and expand the valuable programs offered to its members only through the generous donations from our patrons. 

100% Tax Deductible Donations can be made toward a specific cause of your choice or to the UPHA General Foundation Fund. The Foundation provides wonderful opportunities such as these listed below: 

UPHA American Royal National Championship Horse Show
UPHA Annual Conference
UPHA Challenge Cup
UPHA Classics National Finals
UPHA Dewey Henderson Benevolent Fund Trust
UPHA Exceptional Challenge Cup
UPHA General Fund
UPHA Legal Fund
UPHA Maria Knight Scholarship
UPHA Open Gate Learning Center
UPHA Ribbons of Service

Please click the "Donate Now" button below! Once on the UPHA website, "Choose Your Cause" to make a Generous 100% Tax Deductible Contribution! 




You Have to Be In to Win!
Ticket Sales Extended Both Drawings Will Be Held at The Royal

1) WIN a $5,000 Stunning Informal/Formal Riding Suit graciously donated by DeRegnaucourt, Ltd. 

2) WIN a Beautiful Sterling Silver 14 Karat Yellow Gold Kissing Horse Head Bracelet graciously donated by Churchwell's Jewelers Value $2,000.

UPHA Raffle Tickets are $20 per ticket or 6 for $100 and available for purchase NOW @ St. Louis National Charity Horse Show Fay Lowry is on site 217-898-6477. Also available from start to finish @ Morgan Grand National Sarah Gove and the Gove "boys" will be on site. 

You may also contact Nancy Becker  859-351-4317 or Anne Tasch

Additionally many of our very own 2021 UPHA Ribbons of Service Program Participants are selling UPHA Foundation Raffle Tickets at Horse Shows all across the country.

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