Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation 8th Annual Charity Polo Event

Written by on September 28, 2017

 Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation 8th Annual Charity Polo Event

Written By: Duntenia Fitts


Sunday afternoon, Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation held their 8th Annual Charity Polo Event. This year’s event was hosted by TV personality & Style Influencer Marlo Hampton, best known for her appearances on the Real Housewives of Atlanta.The scene was filled with glamorous attire known as royal ascot fashion.

      Tomorrow’s Luminaries Foundation is a 501(c) 3 public charity that works with under-served students to provide opportunities in leadership and literacy. This foundation also works with students who have learning disabilities in which the best of their potential is developed through leadership training and development.

      Upon arrival, I was greeted with a hello from a young man, a Georgia Tech. student who was volunteering as one of the golf-cart drivers, who would take attendees from their vehicles to the actual event. Once I arrived I was escorted to my table, but while being escorted I was amazed at the glamour, music, and food that I was surrounded by.

       Within minutes I was greeted by the lovely Latoya Chambliss, who also informed me of how all of the proceeds of the tables purchased by attendees, went into helping children with SAT prep, scholarships and more. I was blown away that they were also going to Houston to help children get back on track for SAT’s and so much more. Chambliss mentioned of how Hurricane Harvey effected so many students in Houston. I thought this was amazing that this foundation did not forget about the students in Houston.

         The event was not only amazing on the eyes witnessing the Royal Ascot Fashions, the ears hearing the amazing live music and the aroma of the amazing food that was oh so delicious but the mere fact that it was all for a great cause that is so well needed.

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