Once again, Cerebral Palsy of Virginia delivered a fantastic evening with its annual Run for the Roses Gala & Auction. The sold-out event on May 3 at the Chesapeake Marriott included a silent auction, live auction, casino games, music from The Rhondels as well as the child and adult groups of Cerebral Palsy of Virginia. Oh yeah, and the Kentucky Derby was on TV!
As always, the local business community came out in full force to raise money and awareness. Folks from companies like FinFit and Givens Trucking stood alongside Payday Payroll to support the men, women, children and families who live with cerebral palsy. Keep fighting the good fight!
Jennylyn Kline, Danny Kline, Jesse Rose and Jeff Kline
Jennylyn Kline, Michelle Prendergast (Director of Cerebral Palsy of Virginia), Danny Kline and Payday the Horse, honorary mascot for the Run for the Roses Gala.
About Cerebral Palsy of Virginia:
Cerebral Palsy of Virginia serves children and adults with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities like Down syndrome, autism, muscular dystrophy, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities as well as hearing, speech and visual impairments. The organization assists over 150 children, adults and families throughout Hampton Roads and the Eastern Shore. To learn more about programs and services, or to volunteer, please visit Cerebral Palsy of Virginia.