At each home game, Cincinnati Polo Club gate fees benefit a local partnering charity. Each charity will host their own raffles, food, etc. and keep 100% of the profits.
A special THANK YOU to our 2023 Charity Partners!
We are a center for children with hearing loss that focuses on spoken language development. Our Mission is that children with hearing impairments learn to speak and understand when others are speaking to them. We are proud to be part of the family of Moog Curriculum schools, helping hearing-impaired children and their families communicate through speech. We are the only school in the Tri-State that offers an auditory oral program and are one of the most successful programs in the United States. We are committed to providing the best possible outcome for the children and families we serve. We believe all children can succeed and when given the proper tools, children who are deaf or hard of hearing can have bright futures and reach their full potential. Ohio Valley Voices is one of the top early intervention and educational programs in the country for children who are deaf or hard of hearing from birth to eight years old.
Circle Tail was established in 1997 by Marlys Staley, who was a physical therapist who specialized in burn and wound care for 18 years. She was inspired to change careers after touring a training center for guide dogs in Florida, which compelled her to apply her background to a brand-new profession: training service dogs. Circle Tail’s first facility was just a barn on Staley’s Pleasant Plain property. Today, the property has a Living & Learning Center that houses adult dogs and provides a comfortable space for staff and volunteers. The center increases Circle Tail’s capacity for training and enhances the lives of our dogs and the people they serve. We have a modern training and education center where we perform obedience, agility, and nose-work training. The education center also has a grooming station and small dog supply store.
Pink Ribbon Good provides Healthy Meals, Housecleaning, Rides to Treatment, and Peer Support to individuals with breast and gynecological cancers free of charge. Our organization was created by women with breast cancer to support and empower others who are currently in the fight against breast and gynecological cancers. We strive to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and gynecological cancers bring to individuals and families by providing free direct services to those throughout Central, Midwest, and Southwest Ohio, Northern Kentucky, St. Louis, Missouri area, and San Francisco Bay Area, California.
We started out nearly six decades ago as the “Resident Home for the Mentally Retarded,” but “envisioning” is deeply embedded in our organization’s DNA. The founders – who launched a residential school on Cincinnati’s west side in 1963 – envisioned a bright and vibrant future for their children. Today’s leaders continue to cast a vision and craft innovative programs to improve community inclusion and quality of life for more than 600 individuals residing in Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren counties.
The mission of the D.A.D. Initiative is to ready children, especially those of color, for a successful future by engaging students, families, and the communities they are a part of with quality programs, interactions, and genuine love. Founded by Tyran Stallings in 2014, The DAD Initiative (Directing Adolescent Development) has helped over 600 young people to improve socially, emotionally, and academically. Participants have had a chance to learn essential skills that are not focused on in school, including: emotional management, healthy social engagement, goal setting, and financial basics. More importantly, they were given the chance to develop confidence, to feel loved and empowered, and to understand their importance to society and their capacity to effect change for themselves and others.
St. John United Church of Christ – “Food Raiser”- St. John UCC is an active congregation located in Reading. Our Mission Statement is: As disciples of Jesus Christ, we are called by God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to worship, to serve our community in Christian love, and to nurture our members along their spiritual journey. Part of serving our community is to host a church-supported Food Pantry, which is open twice a week. Instead of the usual $25/carload, you may bring a bag(s) of non-perishables such as spaghetti, peanut butter, spaghetti sauce, canned meat, etc. as your entrance fee.
MomsHope provides hope to single, low income moms through one-on-one faith-based mentoring in order to support their resource development, personal advancement, spiritual growth and family stability. MomsHope’s purpose is to guide single moms in a way that empowers them to self-sufficiency, with the goal to break the cycle of poverty.
To create a Mustang network that will provide a life-changing experience and partnership for the Mustang’s and the networks participants. We believe in honesty , Without hesitation. Mutual respect and the value of every team member.
The Kreuter Memorial Fund Mission:
We honor the memory, service, and beliefs of David Kreuter by raising funds and awarding scholarships to Cincinnati area students attending an accredited college, technical school, or vocational school upon high school graduation. Ken Kreuter has lead this 501C charity for many years. As part of their efforts, Ken has awarded over $162,000 in local scholarships since it started. He and his wife, Pat Murray suffered the loss of their son's life in Iraqi when an IED destroyed many Marines on August 3, 2005. All of our proceeds will go to this worthwhile charity.