Ugly Sweater Pub Crawl Leaderboard
- 1 Joe Poretto $1,000.00 raised
- 2 Eric Shapiro $500.00 raised
- 3 Malinda LaBar $300.00 raised
- 4 Eric Beck $300.00 raised
- 5 Margaret Adams $150.00 raised
- 1 Bouchard Insurance $5,650.00 raised
- 2 Ken's Kringle Crusaders $2,475.00 raised
- 3 Tyler & Rachel’s Rad Reindeers $650.00 raised
- 4 EFI Global $575.00 raised
- 5 Socius $500.00 raised
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Get out your ugly sweater, grab your friends and join the Connectors for a Pub Dash to brighten a kid's holiday!
$50 per person
Registration fee includes a t-shirt, your first drink at each pub and appetizers along the way.
Sponsorships also available.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
4:00 - 7:30 pm
Downtown Dunedin (Dunedin Brewery, Chica Boom Room, Skip's Bar, Flanagan's Irish Pub)
And of course there will be prizes!
- Best Sweater
- Most raised by an individual and team
- Largest team
You are making a child or teen's holiday brighter! Here's how:
Teens in foster care are often forgotten during the holidays, especially those in group homes. Supplying gift cards to the teens allows them the freedom to select the items they really want!
And unfortunately children are still removed from their homes and placed into foster care over the holiday season so your support ensures that we have plenty of clothes, shoes, school supplies and hygiene items available to make the transition a little easier.
Every dollar raised has a huge impact on the kids! For example:
$25 provides a gift card for the holidays to a teen living in a group home who would otherwise have nothing.
$50 provides a backpack and supplies to help a child in foster care blend in with their peers at school.
$250 provides outfits/school uniforms for a week for a child who was just placed into foster care with nothing but dirty or stained clothing.
The Connectors are a Leadership Society dedicated to supporting the mission of Eckerd Connects which focuses on strengthening families through children services, workforce development and juvenile justice initiatives. The Connectors are business and emerging leaders committed to supporting their community. This group works collaboratively to enhance the scope of Eckerd programs while serving as community champions for change.