I'm pleased to announce that Danico, is sponsoring a fundraising event to benefit The Bridge Youth & Family Services on Thursday, October 23rd from 6 pm to 8 pm at Lamplighters Tavern & Grill, in downtown Palatine. The event is a Bottle and Bottega instructor-led fun painting session. If you are not familiar with Bottle and Bottega, it was founded in 2009 as "Chicago's first art and wine entertainment studio offering a fun, unique alternative to an ordinary night out!" Instead of going all the way to the Glen Ellyn location, we are bringing them to you, right in Palatine, in The Bridge's backyard. The Bridge Youth & Family Services is a non-profit organization who's mission is to help young people and their families achieve social and emotional health. This organization will be celebrating 50 years of services in 2015 and the funds raised at this event will be put towards next year's marketing and promotions. To sign-up, go to http://events.danicoenterprises.com. The event is $45 ($20 tax deductible) to participate and you get to take home your very own masterpiece. Space is limited to 50, so get your seat today!
On Monday, we had the privilege of providing event services (registration, check-out and auction services) for The Bridge Youth & Family Services of Palatine. If you are a regular visitor of our site, you may have noticed that we are a huge supporter of The Bridge, which provides programs and services to children and their families in northwest suburban Chicago, regardless on one's ability to pay.
The event was their annual Peter D. Cunneen Memorial Golf Classic, named for past executive director Peter D. Cunneen. At the Inverness Golf Club, nearly 200 golfers and dinner guests. bid on live and silent auction items, entered a raffle for a chance to win some cool prizes (iPad, 60" Smart HDTV, Bose Headphones, or One Week Vacation for 4) and best of all, participated in goodhearted competition in Fund-a-Cause (you may know it as a paddle raise).
Do you need another reason to go to The Streets of Woodfield? Here you go...
On Thursday, July 31st from 11 am to 2 pm, grab lunch at Chipotle at The Streets of Woodfield, 601 N. Martingale Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60173 and 50% of the proceeds will go to The Bridge Youth & Family Services, a non-profit organization in Palatine, IL. The Bridge’s mission is "to help young people and their families achieve social and emotional health”. They provide services to all Palatine Township residents regardless of ability to pay. The Bridge has been serving the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago for nearly 50 years, focused on children 0 to 17 and their families.
To participate is simple, take in this flyer (printed or on your mobile device) or tell the cashier, you're there to Eat for Change to Support The Bridge. For more information about The Bridge, check out their website: www.bridgeyouth.org Download your flyer NOW
For this week's Weekend Wednesday post, I am excited to tell you about The Bridge's big Bridge the Gap 5k Walk/Run this Saturday, September 28th to provide programs and services to kids and their families is the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The Bridge Youth and Family Services is a fantastic 501(3)c non-profit organization that I am proud to say I have volunteered with for over 10 years. It is not too late to join us to walk or to support a participant (*hint*). The event steps off at 8:30 am at Community Consolidated District 15 in Palatine, IL. The weather is predicted to be warm, maybe our last 'good' one before fall fully sets in. Have a great weekend!