Every year I get even more excited as I pull up to Chukkar Farm for the Tomorrow’s Luminaries Charity Polo Match (#TLFPOLO); it makes me feel like I’m getting all dappered up for the derby. The anticipation is in my throat even BEfore we arrive. I can always count on meeting and/or reconnecting with amazingly giving guests, see Black folks in their finest clothes, ladies rocking their fly big hats, and get introduced to amazing brands. Everyone brings out their creativity to showcase the BEst decorated table, while pulling out their pocket books and wallets to give to Tomorrow’s Luminaries youth programs.
Hair/BEauty expert Maja Sly (WE TV’s Cutting It In ATL) hosted this year’s 6th Annual Polo Match & brought her true on of a kind flair to the party. AmBEr Bryant (Bravo TV’s Mother Funders), husband Fernando Bryant (Retired NFL Player), BEautii J (WE TV’s Cutting It In ATL), Ed Hartwell (formerly of Bravo TV’s Real Housewives of Atlanta), Bo Talley (Fitness Coach/Basketball Wife), Dr. Joy Edwards, Latisha Robb (Author/Life Coach), Kandace Marie (My Fair Sweets), Tanya Chavis (Pretti Plates), Adora Collins, Monyea Shell, Michelle Di Augustino (CEOs of Noir King Cognac), & Kenya Kardashian (The Candy Shop Radio Show Host) were all spotted mingling at this year’s polo match, all of which took the time out to take pictures with their BEautifully dressed fans & supported #TLFpolo15 both by giving & by spreading the word via social media.
The Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation has truly found a quinntessential niche in philanthropy, especially here in Atlanta. There are lots of givers here, but finding the perfect match can BE difficult since there’s always some charitable event going on. #TLFPOLO seems to take giving to the next level; I spoke to a numBEr of 1st year guests & the common consensus was that this event is necessary, not only for the pomp & circumstance of getting dolled up (which I do deem as an important element to upward living), but also to raise the much needed funds to keep our youth motivated & on the right path to higher education. The #TLFPOLO has a heavy emphasis on raising funds for their capital campaign, but also found fun ways to keep givers interested in giving. The raffles were off the meter! I also love how many more children I see at the polo; it’s important for them to know about philanthropy & black excellence at early ages.
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