Date: Tuesday, January 7, 2020
Hanover Charities has announced a week of exciting events, culminating in the annual Sugar Cane Ball on Sat., Feb. 15 and the Hanover Charity Match on Sun., Feb. 16 featuring USA vs. Jamaica...inviting Newport Polo fans to experience the extravaganza in Jamaica!
Lodging options include team headquarters at Toby Resort in Montego Bay, as well as Round Hill Resort, The Tryall Club, Grand Palladium as well as villas at Great River bookable via Jamaica Treasures.
Tickets are available for the Sugar Cane Ball on Feb. 15 and for the Hanover Charities Polo Match on Feb. 16 at https://www.hanovercharities.com/product/support-us/. Tickets for the polo match are sold at various outlets in Jamaica as well as at the entrance to the polo field. There is no charge for admission to the soccer match, the art opening, or the preview party.
Hanover Charities is the largest non-profit, 501c3 organization in Western Jamaica. Celebrating the Diamond Jubilee in 2017, Hanover Charities since its inception has invested millions of US$ to the parish of Hanover. Hanover Charities plays a major role in Hanover Parish and covers a wide range of projects for its citizens from the very young to seniors. Funds generated from the weekend’s events go towards the foundation’s several initiatives including implementing programs to feed children, the elderly and the indigent, funding health clinics, supporting organizations that promote positive values and education for children, and contributing to scholarships for deserving local students.
The Chukka Foundation is dedicated to achieving immediate and lasting changes to the lives of children, youth and families in their local communities. Empowering through education, scholarships and improving lives and offering our philanthropic support. The Chukka Foundation also promotes responsible and compassionate care towards animal welfare. Over the past ten years, the Foundation has assisted with offering scholarships, improving classrooms, assisting schools, environmental projects, animal welfare and scholarships for local students.
Read Overseas Report from last year's trip!