The holiday season is a season of giving. As you celebrate with your loved ones, travel from one city to another, throw parties and engage in all sorts of things to enjoy the season, remember that this is the moment to start thinking about helping the needy and less fortunate members in society. This includes providing food, clothing and toys for poor families to enable them to share the joy of the festive Season. That’s what the holidays should be all about. A time to share our good fortune with our less fortunate neighbors globally.
You can opt to do this at individual level though you may find it challenging to identify the needy families. To reach such less fortunate people, you can channel your contribution through organizations and non-profit fundraiser activities.
Do you run an organization that provides charity assistance to needy individuals and families? The holiday season can be a difficult time of the year to the needy communities and a combination of seasonal stress and financial stress can be overwhelming. For you to effectively mobilize funds for this noble cause, there are several approaches and using the Chukkar Farm Polo Club facility is one ingenious way to do so.
Chukkar Farm Polo Club makes Sunday Polo matches available to charitable organizations looking for a unique way of fundraising for their projects. Charitable events such as Kings Ridge Christian School, Mill Springs Academy, Habitat for Humanity, and Must Ministries have successfully use the facility to conduct non-profit fundraiser activities. Past fundraisers have made between $6,000 and $74,000!
At Chukkar Farm you will be offered a spectacular polo setting coupled with lively activity that will make your experience exhilarating and fun. The children’s area is available to keep the little ones occupied while the adults on your team will have the pavilion for food and beverage as well as a private clubhouse among other services.
The flexibility offerred at the Club will make your event so tremendous that your team will look forward to your “annual” Chukkar for Charity!