Join us in honoring Tabatha Walsh, the Director of Sales at The Village at River Landing, as HOPE’s August Volunteer of the Month.  

As we celebrate HOPE at the 2021 Hope For The Warriors Invitational alongside an incredible group of service members, veterans, celebrities, and supporters, it is only right that we also celebrate Tabatha. Tabatha has worked tirelessly and well beyond her duties to orchestrate this exceptional event since 2014.  

The 12th Annual Hope For The Warriors Invitational took place at River Landing August 14-17. This event includes many rounds of golf, the new Summer Soirée, telling and listening to stories, rocking out at the block party, and meeting some true American heroes. 

As the Director of Sales, Tabatha assists HOPE staff in navigating the venue logistics for the large-scale, multi-day event at River Landing in Wallace, N.C. It’s her passion to support and honor the warrior community. Each year that Tabatha has been a part of this event, she has been essential to the event’s growth by sharing HOPE’s mission and bringing in several new in-kind sponsorships each year – especially this year for the Summer Soirée celebrating HOPE’s 15th anniversary.  

Tabatha was nominated by one of the newest faces of HOPE and National Donor Events Manager, Danielle Rose, who shares, “As someone who is new to HOPE, new to the Invitational, and who came in very late in the planning process, Tabatha has been a guiding light to help me learn and grow with this team and this event. She is always available to discuss logistics and never afraid to provide her honest opinion. She deserves major credit to the success of this event. She is a supporter, volunteer and member of the HOPE family. Simply put, we could not do this event without her.” 

As an organization, we feel beyond fortunate to have Tabatha as part of our HOPE family. We recognize this is the very least we can do to show her our gratitude for her years of hard work and dedication to HOPE’s mission and success of this extremely meaningful event. Thank you, Tabatha, for being your genuine, hardworking and authentic self!