Virginia's House of Hope Hosts Polo Fundraiser

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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Polo Match Fundraiser Notables: Photo credit VHH

Sandy Hurricane relief and maritime support charity, Virginia's House of Hope, celebrated its accomplishments and raised funds for the future at their recent polo match benefit.

This was its first summer event and was held at Conyers Farm, Greenwich CT, on July 14th., with more than 200 friends and supporters of VHH in attendance.

In addition to enjoying the graceful and exciting competition between two internationally ranked teams, and petting the horses, the participants actively bid on a beautiful selection of auction items; the meeting will be remembered for a striking assortment of flowered hats and over-decorated dogs.

VHH thanks the people and organizations that made the event possible, including:
Clay Maitland, Sabine Poisson, Amanda Erb, Mickey Sherman, Gloria Cressler, Nick Alessi, Terry Kaly, Howie, Gerard McKeon, Black Tie Magazine, Greenwich Magazine and Moffly Media, Tradewinds, Greenwich Time, Equine rescue, Kate Stoupas, Susana Pask, Hotel Chantelle, Voga, Greenwich Polo Club,  Susan Kane.
 

 

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