The three community organizations below exemplify a purpose of giving and saving lives. Year after year, we are excited to be supporting each one. Portions of the proceeds from this charitable event will be donated to each organization, in loving memory of Martin Christopher Klaiber who strived to help others every day of his life and continues to give hope through his organ and tissue donations.
Their vision is healing our communities through organ and tissue donation with a mission to recover organs and tissues by preserving every donation option, excelling in recovery and placement, and providing care for donors and their families. WRTC’s Values include the following:
Compassion: To care for donor families and for those awaiting transplantation
Diversity: To build community through multicultural partnerships
Leadership: To demonstrate excellence in all areas of our work
Honor: To respect each other and the donation wishes of patients and their families
Stewardship: To protect the precious resources entrusted to us
Trust: To earn, sustain, preserve public and professional confidence in all we do
Tails of Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, based in Maryland. Their mission is to significantly reduce the number of homeless and euthanized dogs and cats, to improve the quality of life of both pets and shelter animals, and to ensure the compassionate treatment of all living creatures through spay and neuter, humane education, medical sponsorship of shelter animals in need, resource development and sharing, and animal advocacy and wellness.
At Tails of Hope, their shared vision is a global community working together to ensure that the physical, emotional, and social needs of all animals are consistently met, where compassion for and respect of all living beings is paramount, and where every pet has a loving home. We wish to foster a global environment in which we understand, dignify, and embrace the symbiotic relationship between animals and humans.
The Loudoun First Responders Foundation (LFRF) mission is to financially support active Loudoun County first responder personnel facing needs arising from; injury, illness and conditions in the line of duty, and/or loss of active duty approved under the county’s Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or bereavement policy.
To accomplish this mission, the LFRF will raise private donations and create and strengthen innovative partnerships between organizations, individuals and corporate neighbors in our community. Donations received may also be used to support educational needs of the sheriff, fire, rescue and police organizations in our community.
The vision of the LFRF is to be a sustainable non-profit foundation inspiring philanthropy and a passion for public safety in Loudoun County so that individuals, organizations and corporate leaders see the value of bridging the gap between identified needs and available public funds for public safety in our community.