Malvern Bank to Host Renowned Charity Polo Event This Weekend

Join Malvern Bank for an event at a beautiful location that will fill you with fun, food, and good feelings, as you enjoy the day knowing that you contributed to improving the lives of those in need. The Malvern Federal Charitable Foundation will host its largest fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 25 at the Brandywine Polo Grounds in Toughkenamon.

The day starts with a celebration of the Foundation’s annual awards at 1PM. Then, a Gourmet Lunch and open bar with signature drinks by Brandywine Distillers will start at 2 PM. The polo match will start afterwards.

You can register to win a custom portrait of your animal from Lini Westland Stevens, a prolific portrait and landscape artist who uses mediums of oil, pencil, and ink. Lini, who will be donating her time and talent for the cause, will be at the event so you can talk with her in person. 

Your support is an integral part of aiding the Foundation in the successful fulfillment of its mission.  

The Foundation is the 501(c)(3) charitable arm of Malvern Bank, National Association, whose focus is to support organizations that enrich the lives of its neighbors and create a strong positive impact on the essential needs within the communities that it serves in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey, and Palm Beach County, Fla.   

The Malvern Federal Charitable Foundation was established in 2008 and has donated more than $878,500 to charitable organizations in its service area.  

Malvern Bank established an equestrian business focus in 2017 and the bank’s sponsorship of the polo match is a natural extension of its support for the equine industry.   

“We are looking forward with a renewed sense of hope and the knowledge that what we do at the Foundation makes a difference in our communities,” said Anthony C. Weagley, President of the Foundation and President and CEO of Malvern Bank, N.A.   

Tickets for the event are available here.

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