One of the Cascade Polo Club’s missions is to provide a Polo venue for charity fundraisers and community events. Why not pair the interest in a sport not often seen in Oregon — an exciting and fun sport to watch! — with the opportunity to learn about and give to some of the amazing work of not-for-profit organization in our community!
July 15, 2012
For the Pacific Northwest Invitational Polo Match, the organization to receive the funds is the Deschutes Land Trust. A big thank-you to the Sponsors of the July 15 Match, for their support.
Who? People just like you…families, business owners, hikers, farmers, hunters and neighbors…all sharing a passion for the outdoors and protecting the places we care about. Together we have been celebrating and protecting Central Oregon’s beauty and quality of life since 1995.
The Land Trust’s mission is to work cooperatively with landowners to conserve land for wildlife, scenic views and local communities.
Healthy lands that support diverse populations of native plants and wildlife. Communities that are closely engaged with the land, that value the natural world, treat it with respect and are invested in its futures. A region that, even as it grows, retains its natural attributes forever.
August 19, 2012
For the Mid-Summer Classic Polo Match, the organization to receive the funds is the Tower Theatre Foundation. A big thank-you to the Sponsors of the August 19 Match, for their support.
Ticket prices alone do not cover the expenses of each show at the Tower Theatre. They do not cover the maintenance of this historic facility, or the small staff that manage the Tower Theatre, from maintenance to shows, including marketing, ticket sales and event coordination. For these expenses, the Tower Theatre Foundation recruits Sponsors, Preferred Business Partners, Grantors, Donors, Members and Volunteers.
Bend Paddle Trail Alliance
BPTA promotes and is establishing a navigable paddle trail within Deschutes County that will enhance river and lake recreation and appreciation for a wide variety of recreational water enthusiasts while promoting water safety, education, and stewardship.
The Deschutes Paddle Trail
Whether you want to sea-kayak the beautiful High Cascade Lakes with sweeping mountain views, paddle a gentle section of the Lower Deschutes River among the otters, beavers and eagles, or whitewater-raft an exciting stretch of river just minutes from Downtown Bend, the Deschutes Paddle Trail has something for all recreational water enthusiasts.
The Deschutes Paddle Trail showcases the geographical diversity of Central Oregon while providing access to and information about nine of the High Cascade Lakes as well as stretches of the Little Deschutes and Deschutes Rivers within Deschutes County.
The Deschutes Paddle Trail inspires visitors with its unique geology and natural beauty. Meandering at times, frequently tranquil and occasionally astonishingly powerful, the Deschutes Paddle Trail is an awesome display of nature.
It is the vision of the people of Heiling Reins to be the standard of excellence in equine assisted activities by providing the highest quality experience to disabled, emotionally challenged, and behaviorally at-risk individuals through education and community partnerships. They serve riders, animals and our community.
Past Beneficiaries of Chukkars for Charity:
A special thanks our non-profit organizations who do so much good:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Oregon
Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center
The Sisters Folk Festival
Equine Outreach Horse Rescue
Bend Area Habitat for Humanity
Redmond Humane Society
Deschutes Land Trust
Sparrow Clubs, USA