FREE tickets up for grabs for Polo final
Caudwell Children, the national charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families, is offering disabled children and young people, and those with additional needs, the chance to get their hands on FREE tickets for one of the world’s most prestigious polo matches.
The Out-Sourcing Inc Royal Windsor Cup, is the oldest competition of the Guards Polo Club, one of the most famous polo clubs in the UK. The Club was founded in 1955.
The competition, which takes place in the outstanding natural surroundings of Smith’s Lawn, in Windsor Great Park, sees 18 teams competing for the trophy over a three week period, from Tuesday 4th June – Sunday 23rd June 2019.
As the chosen charity partner of OUT-SOURCING, one of Japan’s leading multinational corporations and sponsors of the tournament, Caudwell Children has been given an allocation of tickets for the final of the competition.
OUT-SOURCING, rated in the top 2% of the 3,600 public companies in Japan, chose Caudwell Children in recognition of the invaluable support that the charity gives to disabled children and their families across the UK.
Natalie Queiroz, Head of National Corporate Fundraising at Caudwell Children, says it’s a fantastic opportunity to experience the thrills and spills of the game and enjoy a three-course meal for FREE. As she explained: “Representatives and beneficiaries of the charity, together with those who have never used our services before, will be given exclusive access to the club’s celebrity marquee on the day of the final, which is historically attended by HM The Queen and the club’s President, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.
“It’s going to be a fantastic day and it even has a children’s play area which will be great for younger attendees.
“They’ll also have a fantastic experience watching the action from the pitch side and they’ll enjoy the fast and frantic nature of the game.”
David M. Matsumoto, Founder of DMM Holdings, and also executive advisor to OUT-SOURCING, is delighted with the partnership. As he explained: “I’m extremely happy that we are able to give disabled children the opportunity to have a great day out at such a fabulous event.
“They’ll have bags of fun and I’m sure that they’ll create some precious memories that they will treasure forever.”
Recognised as the best place in the UK, if not the world, to watch polo, the Club has been at the forefront of supporting polo for the young, working with the Pony Club, schools, universities and young players from the Armed Forces to make the sport more accessible and inclusive.
Natalie says the charity’s attendance will be an opportunity to raise awareness, grow their supporter base, and raise funds. She said: “The children and parents who will be attending the event will be able to give first hand examples, to interested guests, on how the charity has supported them.
“And for those parents who snap up our tickets who have never used our services before, we will be able to explain how we could support their child.”
11-year-old William Milne, from Croydon, said: “I’m so excited, I can’t wait to go to the game as I’ve never seen a polo match before. I’m also looking forward to telling people all about how Caudwell Children has supported me and helped my family.”
To secure your ticket ring: 01782 433730
You can find out about other Caudwell Children events here.