Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) June 30, 2013
The Bally Foundation, an Indianapolis, IN based non-profit, is having a fundraiser on Saturday, August 3rd, at the Wells Fargo Polo Field at Hickory Hall Polo Club in Whitestown, IN. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Bally Foundation’s mission of directly connecting individuals with special needs and their families with services and resources to enrich their lives. Special need individuals include those people who were born with a disability, those that may have been in an accident, wounded warriors, or the aging. The Bally Foundation also supports The Bally Communities, a place where an individual with developmental disabilities may live independently or with their family.
“We hope as many families as possible can come out for this fun event in support of the Bally Foundation and those individuals and families we serve. Our friends at Hickory Hall Polo have a wonderful venue and we believe families will want to come back year after year for our event,” says Chris Cleveland, Founder of the Bally Foundation.
Gates open at 11:30AM and the match begins at 1:00PM. General Admission is $20 per car, or Polo Boxes are available for your group.
We encourage you and your posse to arrive early to enjoy all of the family activities:
Hickory Hall Polo Club
7551 E. 100 N.
Whitestown, Indiana 46075
For more information about Polo Boxes and other sponsorship information please email Chris Cleveland at ccleveland(at)ballyfoundation(dot)org | http://www.ballyfoundation.org
About the Bally Foundation: The Bally Foundation was founded in 2012 to be a resource for families that care for someone with a special need. Special need individuals include those people who were born with a disability, those that may have been in an accident, wounded warriors, or the aging. The foundation’s namesake, Bally, was born without a special need, however shortly after birth, the medical staff realized he had not been breathing. He is now in his forties and needs 24/7 care. Life with Bally is a blessing, but it’s a challenge finding services that can serve the needs of the family. To this day, Bally’s security item is an everyday can. He has made this can to be a walkie-talkie, camera, drum and a number of other things. If Bally CAN make this item into anything he CAN imagine, then together, we CAN allow those with special needs and their families live more productive lives. For more information visit: http://www.ballyfoundation.org