What a year! What a city! What a life. Celebrate the work we've done in our community this year with the people that helped make Columbus great at our Second Annual end of the year Holiday Celebration! Anyone and everyone is welcome to join in on the fun! We have the back room of Woodlands Tavern reserved for the event. There will be Free Pizza, Snacks, a 50/50 Raffle to benefit our nonprofit spotlight, and lots and lots of Holiday Cheer! If you're feeling a little festive, wear a funky holiday sweater for bonus points!
Anyone 21 and over is welcome, so bring everyone you'd love to hang out with and help support a great cause! We'll also be collecting new toys and board games for the Directions for Youth & Families - a local nonprofit whose mission is to 'build and inspire hope, healing and resilience for youth, families, and communities through counseling and education.
Where: Woodlands Tavern, 1200 W 3rd Ave, Columbus, OH 43212
When: Tuesday, December 11th, 2018, 6-9 PM
Cost: FREE to attend, but guests are encouraged to bring a brand new toy or board game for Directions For Youth and Families' "Friends Helping Families" program. A representative from DFYF will be on hand to discuss the great work they are doing in Columbus.
Contact: Please do not hesitate to contact Caleb at firstname.lastname@example.org (814)762-9250 or Alfred at email@example.com with whatever questions or concerns you may have, or if you would like to nominate a beneficiary or bar for future events!
Volunteer More: Sign Up for our current list of events here: https://columbusgivesback.org/volunteer/
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