Pony Up for Kids! Join us for an exciting polo match all while supporting at-risk children in St. Louis!

The 4th Annual Edward Jones - Old Newsboys Polo Match will feature an exciting game between Team Pace Properties vs. Team Royal Banks of Missouri! Saturday October 1, 2022

The Stange Law Firm Kid's Area will keep children entertained with bounce houses, snow cones, face painting, and crafts!

Join us on the field at half-time with the divot stomp with champagne!

Stay after the match for a live concert by Arvell and Company!

Guests are encouraged to wear creative hats and vie for the title (and bragging rights) of Top Topper! Plus the winner will receive a nice gift bag from Saks Fifth Avenue!

There are ticket options for everyone! Sit in the all-inclusive VIP tent, grab a lawn chair and sit field-side or tailgate in comfort.

Gates open at 12:00pm. Polo match begins at 1:30pm. Concert to follow.

All proceeds go to the Old Newsboys Children's Charity - benefiting thousands of at-risk children in the St. Louis area.


Donate Now to the Old Newsboys campaign.

The Old Newsboys Campaign for Kids is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that has raised millions of dollars for hundreds of St. Louis area children's charities since 1957. The mission is to ensure every child in the St Louis area has an equal opportunity to live a healthy, educated life.

Old Newsboys supports hundreds of area charities through year-round fundraising efforts including Old Newsboys Day. The annual event is held the Thursday before Thanksgiving when hundreds of volunteers sell an Old Newsboys newspaper on street corners. This special edition includes stories written by local high school students highlighting regional charities that benefit from Old Newsboys funding.


In 1957, Globe-Democrat Publisher Richard Amberg and Managing Editor Duncan Bauman started Old Newsboys Day as a catalyst for community involvement where businesses, organizations, students, families and friends joined together for a common goal. In the first year, $34,413 was raised and given to agencies who used the funds for food, clothing and medical supplies for children in need.

Today, the St Louis Post-Dispatch and STLtoday lead the campaign but the mission is the same—to ensure that children who are at risk in our community, because of abuse or poverty, receive adequate food, shelter, clothing, medical care and are provided equal opportunity for social development.