The Fuller Center Will Hold 2nd Annual Legacy Polo Brunch On March 13

Media Contact: Debbie Abrams

Wellington, FL (January 1, 2022)—The Fuller Center Foundation is hosting the 2nd Annual Legacy Polo Brunch on Sunday, March 13 to benefit under-resourced children and families.

A private reception starts at 1 p.m. with brunch at 2 p.m., followed by the USPA Gold Cup polo match at 3 p.m. at IPC – International Polo Club Palm Beach (120 Avenue South, Wellington).

Event chairs are Peg Anderson, Kelly Baker Ferrarese, and Eamonn Gunther. The tickets are $275 per person. Attire is polo chic, and hats are highly encouraged! 

“The champagne brunch has something for everyone, from caviar to crab legs. The Pavilion, with its sideline view of the match, is a great way to experience the thrill of polo and the thunder of hooves, while taking in the social scene,” said Peg Anderson, event co-chair.

For more information contact Alana Lagerström, Director of Special Events, at 561-391-7274, ext. 134 or email

About the Fuller Center

The Fuller Center has been a community cornerstone for over 50 years, providing under- resourced children the same educational opportunities as their more affluent peers. Our goal is to support hardworking families and their children to achieve their full potential. We believe all children should have the chance to experience success in school, in work, and in life, regardless of their parents’ income or zip code.

For children 6 weeks to 5 years old, we offer a holistic early education program, setting the foundation for school success and lifelong learning. For school-age youth, we have opened a private CHOICE elementary school serving kindergarten to third grade, and we offer after-school, summer camp, and out-of-school-time programs to develop skills in social interaction, literacy, science, technology, math, and the arts, and providing tutoring, mentoring, and enrichment activities. We have incorporated a teen program providing youth the opportunities to build skills in leadership, communication, project development, work skills readiness, and community service.

At the Fuller Center, we believe that educated children and empowered families create a strong, supportive community. The Fuller Center offers a unique, comprehensive system of family support to ensure that parents and caregivers are empowered to provide for their families and make a positive economic impact in our community. We know that when it comes to turning the tide of generational, economic inequity and making a positive impact, tomorrow begins today!


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