Ways to Give
Gold Medal Club
Established in 1980, Gold Medal Club Membership honors those that contribute more than $1,000 annually to the USET Foundation. Benefits of Gold Medal Club Membership are:
- Annual Gold Medal Club lapel pin
- Annual Membership decal
- USET Foundation newsletter
- Periodic e-mail updates on U.S. results and other items of interest
- L’Annee Hippique, international equestrian yearbook
- Invitations to Gold Medal Club events
- Free auditing of selected clinics and training sessions*
- Entry to Gold Medal Club hospitality tents /suites at various competitions*
- Use of the indoor arena at the USET Foundation’s headquarters in Gladstone, NJ*
Donate to a specific fund
Endowment Fund: International and competition and training endowment fund for all High-Performance disciplines.
The Gladstone Fund: In honor of the 100th Anniversary of Hamilton Farm, the USET Foundation has initiated a capital campaign to preserve the historic Hamilton Farm Stables and continue to provide a home and world class training facility for the USET Foundation and the United States Equestrian Teams. For more information on how to contribute to The Gladstone Fund, please call the USET at (908) 234-1251.
Karen Stives Endowment Fund: The endowment set up by Ms. Stives was created to award grants to those eventers that will have direct impact on the United States’ ability to win medals at CCIO competitions.
International Developing Rider /U25 Fund: The United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation has established the International Developing Rider Talent Fund to support the United States Equestrian Federation’s High Performance International Young and Developing Rider Programs in the Olympic disciplines. An integral part of the long-term High Performance strategy, this Fund plays a critical role in developing the best possible United States Equestrian Teams for the future.
Amada Pirie Warrington Fund: The family and friends of Ms. Warrington, a former Eventing rider who died in 1997 after a tragic riding accident, established this fund to honor her memory. A grant is awarded each year to a developing event rider to help with their training and competition expenses.