TRUMBULL, Conn. -- The Kennedy Center of Bridgeport is taking on the Super Bowl momentum to help raise dollars for its Children’s Services.
“It Takes Teamwork to Make the Dream Work” is the theme for raising funds and putting a team together. The Dream Bowl Team Challenge will be conducted online throughout January and ends midnight Super Bowl night, Sunday Feb. 5.
There are two ways to win. The team that raises the most dollars will win a party for 30 of your friends and teammates (includes food and beverages) at Brewport in Bridgeport. Also, the player who raises the most dollars will win a 7-day trip for two to your choice of four all-inclusive Hard Rock Resorts – Punta Cana, Cancun, Vallarta or Riviera Maya (airfare not included).
The Kennedy Center Children’s Services includes four vital services: a Birth to Three program, a Positive Parenting Program, Youth Enrichment Services and The Autism Project.
“Unfortunately, funding for these programs are being cut due to deficits in our state budget,” said Martin D. Schwartz, President and CEO of The Kennedy Center. “We pride ourselves on offering programs that are accessible and affordable. Your generous support will help children with disabilities gain confidence, learn new skills and meet their challenges.”
All you have to do is recruit a team of up to 12 players, select a captain and name for your team. Then register online at www.TeamKCKids.org. You can sign up as an individual player too.
For more information, contact Jo Ann at 203.365.8522, Ext. 229 or email@example.com.
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