(MARSHALL, VA) The Eagle Café, an inaugural country-casual benefit concert hosted at Caliburn Farm in Marshall, Virginia, attracted over 350 guests on Sunday, May 29, 2022. Supporters in attendance included long-time Station Foundation supporters and a multitude of new friends.
The Eagle Café’s inaugural gathering garnered a record-breaking $1.2 million for The Station Foundation, a public 501(c)(3) based in Bozeman, Montana, stated Kevin Stacy, Executive Director of The Station Foundation.
The benefit was headlined by country music superstar, Randy Houser, who donated his performance to The Station Foundation. Additionally, preview artists for Randy Houser included Makayla Lynn and Liz Davis Slezinger.
Funds raised from The Eagle Café will help underwrite a myriad of programs for U.S. Special Operations service members, spouses, children, Gold Star children and their mentors, teammates of service members lost in combat and training. Program locations include the main headquarters on the Gallatin River near Big Sky and Bozeman, Montana, and two new locations in Virginia Beach, VA, and San Diego, CA.
In addition to many generous auction item donors, a special thanks goes to the following companies for their donated services:
- Mission BBQ
- Glow Motion Technologies
- Callaway Classics
- Lost Barrel Brewing
- The Dufour Collaborative
- SEF Technology
- Compass Coffee
- Dog Tag Bakery
- Social Supply
Donations can still be made to The Station Foundation at https://thestationfoundation.org/donate/. The organization asks any media or sponsorship inquiries to be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please mark your calendars!!!
The Eagle Café’s second gathering will be on Saturday, June 3, 2023, at St. Bride’s Farm, Upperville, Virginia.