Wellington, Fla. – Nov. 10, 2017 – Celebrating 17 years of service to the polo community, the Polo Players Support Group (PPSG) is pleased to announce its new website is now live.
Modern and sleek, complete with user-friendly features, this website is informative and designed for easier navigation.
Founded in 2002 by Canadian polo professional Dave Offen, Tony Coppola and Tim Gannon, the PPSG is a 501(c)3 organization that operates out of polo hub Wellington, Florida. The PPSG’s mission is to provide financial assistance to help meet the economic needs of seriously ill or injured polo players and grooms.
Redesigned with a tranquil color palette, polosupport.com enables the viewer to view recipient eligibility requirements, submit applications for assistance, or make a tax-deductible donation to the organization. Also included is information about the amount of money raised per year totaling over 2.2 million provided and a full roster of participating players and teams since inception.
Information on the marquee fundraising event of the PPSG, the Lucchese 40-Goal Polo Challenge, is detailed in the events section. Interested parties are able to access the sponsorship deck and/or purchase tickets to the event, when they become available in February.
The PPSG truly embraces everyone in the polo community when they need it most. In fact, since its inception, 69 people have received financial assistance. Now with recipient testimonials included, the new website presents an all-encompassing portrait of how PPSG’s mission has a positive impact on members of the polo community.
PPSG invites you to enjoy our new website, learn more about its mission and donate to others who need our help.