Safety Harbor Kids Annual Fundraiser

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Celebrity Chef Jack Lee and Jeff Snyder from Tesla were live to talk about the Safety Harbor Kids Annual Fundraiser.

SAFETY HARBOR KIDS, a 501c3 organization helping local orphans, foster and homeless children realize their goals in education, career, the arts and personal growth. We strive to enrich the lives of disadvantaged children through education in the areas of College, Career and the Arts. Our long term goal is to build a College, Career and the Arts Center. We focus on improving the lives of more than 3,000 local foster, parentless and homeless in Los Angeles, United States and Worldwide. Past celebrity supporters include Reese Witherspoon, John Savage, Mel Gibson, Jackson Browne and many more.

Safety Harbor Kids’ 7th Annual Polo Fundraiser partnered with Tesla, the British American Business Council, Brit Week and Brits in LA.

This Saturday, September 7th from 1pm to 5pm at the Will Rogers Polo Club in Pacific Palisades.

To attend or donate to the Polo Fundraiser visit their website or call 800-277-0497 for ticket information.

Tesla is displaying the award-winning Model S, the world’s first premium electric sedan, at the Safety Harbor Polo Match this Saturday, September 7th. Polo match attendees will be able to explore and interact with Model S.  Tesla was attracted to Safety Harbor Kids’s Environmental Awareness program.  Tesla’s Model S is the world’s first premium electric sedanTesla has stores throughout Los Angeles including 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica, Century City, Brea, and Topanga Mall in Canoga Park

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