Time: July 17, 2016 5:00 PM
Location: Newport International Polo Grounds 250 Linden Lane, Portsmouth, RI 02871
The Newport International Polo Series is launching its first All-Charity Day on Sunday, July 17, 2016 as a fun afternoon fundraising opportunity for 501-c-3 organizations and part of the silver jubilee celebrations, with fast-paced polo action to benefit local charitable and civic organizations.
The classic 6-chukker match will begin at 5pm, featuring local teams competing. Entry gates will open at 4pm. Admission tickets will only be available in advance from the participating organizations listed below (follow a link to support your favorite); 100% of ticket sales support these worthy civic and charitable organizations for the welfare of our community. Admission tickets will not be available for purchase at the entry gates on game day.
Through its 25 year history, Newport Polo has raised over $650,000 for civic and charitable organizations. Initiatives include the International Polo Charity Ball, special benefit matches, and countless ticket donations for the Newport International Polo Series.
Organizations are invited to plan a day at polo for their supporters, hosted by Newport Polo at the International Polo Grounds. Opportunities to participate are open to qualified 501-3c organizations. Click here to download the guidelines to participate. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boys Town New England
Changing the way America cares for children, families and communities by providing and promoting an Integrated Continuum of Care® that instills Boys Town values to strengthen body, mind and spirit.
Click Here to purchase admission tickets to support Boys Town New England.
Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island
The mission of the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island is to prevent brain injury and enhance the lives of those effected by brain injury. Our BIARI Brain Injury Resource Center is dedicated to improving access to education materials and resources for survivors of a brain injury, their families, caregivers and professionals. We work in the community with schools and other institutions providing education and information to increase public awareness of brain injury and its consequences.
The Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island, Inc. was founded in 1983 by families of persons with brain injuries. It grew out of an overwhelming need for appropriate services and support to brain injury survivors. We are a statewide membership organization, providing services to many Rhode Islanders, actively collaborating with state and private entities to educate survivors, family members and professionals on all aspects of brain injury prevention, treatment and support needs.
To purchase tickets and support BIARI email email@example.com.
Bruno United FC
Bruno United FC is a nonprofit youth soccer club dedicated to providing an exceptional soccer experience to all premier youth players, with a focus on long-term player development and a balanced approach to family, school, and commitment to the game.
• Excellence – professional coaches, elite competition, and outstanding players
• Integrity – ethics and sportsmanship guide our actions on and off the field
• Fiscal efficiency – resources are utilized wisely and responsibly
• Community – family events and service programs connect our club to our community
The Community String Project (CSP), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, began in July of 2009 with the goal of serving all youth in the East Bay area, regardless of income, through an innovative, school-based music program centered on string instruments. In addition to the value of learning how to play an instrument (which has been shown to increase academic performance), students also benefit from being involved in a supportive activity that assists with dropout prevention, fosters community engagement, and increases self-esteem.
CSP provides after-school lessons to elementary students (grades 3-5), a Youth Orchestra Program for middle school students, and evening beginner and ensemble lessons for adults and high school students. (For a complete description, please see our Programs page.)
Students in Grades 3-5 have the opportunity to play the violin, viola or cello. CSP owns and maintains an inventory of instruments that are available for rent to our students at minimal cost. Instruction is provided free of charge for students (up to grade 12) who participate in the free/reduced lunch program. Currently, 41% of the youth being served by the CSP meet the criteria for subsidized instruction.
Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center
Founded in 1989, Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc. is a non-profit 501 C (3) organization that utilizes equine-related activities for the therapy of individuals with physical, developmental, and emotional differences. Uniquely, horses are our treatment partners. Greenlock is a PATH Intl. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) Premier Accredited Center. We provide Hippotherapy and Therapeutic Riding services to children and adults, as young as two years old, in RI and southeastern MA. We charge substantially less than other programs in the northeastern United States, and serve approximately 200 clients per week. Fundraising and donations subsidize our program fees.
Click Here to purchase admission tickets to support Greenlock Therapeutic Riding Center.
Mission: The Junior League of Rhode Island, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
Diversity & Inclusion Commitment: The Junior League welcomes all women who value our Mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities.
Vision Statement: The Junior League: Women Around the World as Catalysts for Lasting Community Change.
Founded: The Junior League of Rhode Island was founded in 1921.
Members: The current membership of the Junior League of Rhode Island, Inc. totals 152 women.
Projects: The Junior League of Rhode Island’s current community focus is Youth Aging Out of the Foster Care System.
Click Here to purchase admission tickets to support The Junior League of Rhode Island.
Mission: To establish an off-leash dog park for the Town of Portsmouth that is accessible to all residents and will promote education, training and safe recreational activities that facilitate responsible dog ownership and well-behaved dogs through the use of volunteers and with the support of the community.
Come tailgate with us on July 17 at Newport Polo where we’ll toast to celebrate the Portsmouth Dog Park! Doggie tailgaters allowed on leash.
Click Here to purchase admission tickets to support the Portsmouth Dog Park.
Newport County YMCA
The Newport County YMCA offers Adapted Physical Activity and Special Olympics programs, which are designed to give children and adults with all types of disabilities the opportunities to participate in a wide variety of recreational and therapeutic activities. The Y offers an environment that fosters individual growth and success through programs that develop a healthy spirit, mind and body. All programs are centered around the Y’s core values of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, while focusing on developing both physical and social skills that will last a lifetime. We emphasize each person's abilities and individuality by offering programs that foster independence while providing positive recreational and educational experiences. We take existing Y programs and adapt them to meet the individual’s needs. We can help you select programs that are right for you and your family. Contact Megan Leonard via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 401.847.9200 X117 for additional information!
The Newport County YMCA will be in the Tailgate parking section on the day of the event!
Click Here to purchase admission tickets to support the Portsmouth Dog Park.