SKANEATELES, N.Y. -- Hundreds came out to Skaneateles to support Crouse Health.

The organization held its third annual "Polo for Preemies" Sunday, raising money for premature and sick newborns at its NICU.

Besides the match, there was also music, raffles and games for kids.

Organizers say the event helps so many babies and their families across the region.

"The money that we raise today will go to enhance the services in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. And our unit is not just for our own Onondaga County, but we service the surrounding 15 counties so we are the highest level NICU in the region," said Kimberly Boynton, the Crouse Health president.

Boyton expects to raise $40,000 from the event. For more information on how to donate, you can visit Crouse Health.