Community News….Crohn’s Disease Fundraiser
Many of you know Paula’s Daughter.
The Picture included is Allissa she is 13 and has Crohn’s she was diagnosed at 11. Some of the things listed below are just a few of the fundraising events we do for Team Allissa. This is who I do my volunteering time for. I just wanted to extent to you invite you to join us at any of the events . There are some favorite restaurants that we were able to get as give back which donate part of the days profits to the team.
Ok here is what’s happening in next month with team Allissa. Please mark your calendars and share this on your pages to make this year the best yet. Below is a brief description of the fundraisers:
March 30th: Give back from Marco’s pizza located at stop 11 and Emerson lasts all day and good on dine in , carry out and delivery. Just mention Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation giveback.
April 11th: Come to the Southside Vintage Marketplace outdoor show between 9 and 4 to help raise funds for the CCFA. Enjoy shopping and browsing and buy tickets to win donated items from some of the vendors. This is located in the Southport Antique Mall parking lot.
April 14th: Give back from El Meson all day. Just mention the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation give back any time you dine in or carry out and they will donate a portion of your bill to the CCFA.
April 17th: Raffle being held at Ella’s frozen yogurt at stop 11 and Emerson from 7 until 9. Come and buy some yogurt and enter into the raffle to win some great items. These items will also be posted on this page so keep watching.
We have a lot going on but we haven’t done anything in a long time so we packed it all in just a few weeks.
Come to them all or to just a couple. But come to have fun and help support team Allissa and the CCFA in raising funds to find a cure. Again thank you for your support.
Posted on March 20, 2015, in Community Corner and tagged American Red Cross, Colitis Foundation, community event, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation, fundraising events, Health & Wellness, inspiration, Parents & Youth. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.