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Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Coalition Receives Broad-Based Financial Support.
The Coalition is funded solely through the annual New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day which attracts donations from private individuals, foundations and corporations in Central Ohio. Because of the generous underwriting of the Wexner family, 100% of the event proceeds benefit the work of the Coalition. While not a traditional grant-making organization, the Coalition funds initiatives formulated by its task forces. These initiatives focus on institutional and cultural change, and involve the collaboration of at least two community organizations.

Attendees enjoy a very special day at the Wexner Residence with world class equestrians, live entertainment and rides and activities for all ages.

In 2010, the New Albany Classic once again raised over $1 million for the Coalition, making it one of the most successful fundraisers in Central Ohio. By attending the Classic, guests are helping to change cultural attitudes and break the cycle of violence in our communities. Each ticket purchased directly contributes to the work of the Coalition.

For more information about the New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix & Family Day please visit www.thenewalbanyclassic.com.

Follow the Classic on Twitter or on Facebook.

Click here to read more about the 14th Annual New Albany Classic.

Read what Former Undisputed World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Buster Douglas, had to say about his time at the 12th Annual New Albany Classic.

View a slideshow of the 12th Annual New Albany Classic from ThisWeek New Albany newspaper.

Become a Volunteer at the Classic

Without the help and support of hundreds of volunteers each year, the Classic could simply not take place. To learn about volunteer opportunities please visit www.thenewalbanyclassic.com.





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