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The 6th Annual “Putt-ing Kids First” Family Fun Night will be held the last night of the Arizona Basketball Academy’s weeklong summer camp, Friday June 8, 2018, from 6 pm – 10 pm at Golf N’ Stuff located at 6503 E. Tanque Verde Road in Tucson, Arizona.  This is not your ordinary fundraiser!  This Family Fun Night is filled with plenty of activities for children and adults alike.  Over 700 attendees will enjoy unlimited free play on the two 18-hole Miniature Golf courses, unlimited access to all the park’s attractions like the Lit’l Indy Race Car Go-Karts, Bumper Boats, Lazer Tag, Batting Cages, and unlimited play on all non-redemption video games in the arcade.   Additional activities include live DJ, photo booth, face painters, balloon artist, silent auction, raffle, tasty food sampling, sweet treats, and the Putting Pub Beer Garden.  All this and more is included with the purchase of admission!

Location: Golf N' Stuff 6503 East Tanque Verde Road Tucson, AZ. | Start: 6/8/2018 6:00:00 PM End:
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Join us for the Fourth Annual Summer White Out fundraiser to benefit Ground Works-Midwest/SD Agriculture in the Classroom and all that we do throughout the community!   Guests will enjoy a night out at Blue Haven Barn & Gardens with hors d'oeuvres by Chef Amy, beverages and live music by The Hegg Brothers. A silent auction of incredible packages will take place and guests will also have the opportunity to sponsor part of a garden by making a donation! You won't want to miss out!   Funds raised at the event will help to:  • To continue the creation of “cutting edge” education resources • To provide teacher training & coaching  • To expand the numbers of school teaching gardens & YES! camps  • To launch a 4th grade SDAITC curriculum statewide by fall 2018  • To initiate a volunteer training program  White attire is absolutely encouraged!  INTERESTED IN BEING AN EVENT SPONSOR? Contact Cindy Heidelberger Larson at cindy@groundworksmidwest.org or 605.201.5549 today! 

Location: Blue Haven Barn and Gardens 46594 268th Street Sioux Falls, SD. | Start: 6/7/2018 5:30:00 PM End:
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FEARLESS Destiny is a two-day conference inspiring women to live fulfilled, confident, bold lives while making a positive impact on the world! Come experience two days of action packed enrichment, take part in informative workshops, engage in our legendary fearless discussions- transparent conversation about real topics affecting today’s society & pop culture. Embrace the gathering of like-minded progressive women on fire about their purpose and mission. You are in for a fun, fly, & fabulous time! 10% of all ticket sales go to the Fearless Foundation. The Fearless Foundation’s mission is to reduce homelessness by providing support to women’s shelters.  Speakers will be announced soon...... Fearless Destiny Conference Overview FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 10:00 AM- CHECK IN 11:00 AM- 11:45 AM Welcome & Fearless Reloaded Fireside Chat w/ Q&A Panels Include: 11:45- 12:15 AM Collaborate vs. Compete  11:45 AM - 12:15 PM Navigating Business as a Millennial Entrepreneur  1:15 PM- 2:00 PM Spiritual Principles for Entrepreneurial Success 2:00- 3:00 PM LUNCH BREAK 3:15 PM- 3:45 PM The Art of Mastering Life & Business as A Female Entrepreneur 4:00 PM- 4:45 PM  If You Build It They Will Come: Technology Panel 5:00 PM- 5:45 PM  How to Monetize and Gain More Exposure on the Facebook Platform 6:00 PM- 6:45 PM  Fearless Mogul’s Panel: Scaling Business for Massive Growth    8 PM VIP COCKTAIL RECEPTION   SATURDAY, JULY 21, 2018 8:30 AM CHECK IN 9:00 AM- 9:45 AM Welcome & Fearless Reloaded Fireside Chat w/ Q&A Panels Include: 10:00 AM- 10:45 AM  The Power of Beauty 11:00 AM- 11:45 AM Health & Wellness Fireside Chat w/Q&A 12:00 PM- 12:45 PM  We Came to Slay: Fashion Panel 12:45 PM- 2:15 PM LUNCH BREAK & FEARLESS BEAUTY + WELLNESS LOUNGE 2:30- 3:00 PM  Self-Care & Mental Health Fireside Chat w/Q&A 3:15 PM- 4:00 PM  Relationship Discussion on Sex, Love, & Marriage 4:15 PM- 5:00 PM  Fearless Reunion Panel 5:15- 6:00 PM FEARLESS FOUNDATION & CLOSING REMARKS   Attendees will walk away with: - Personal and professional development for life, career & entrepreneurship - A broader knowledge of issues effecting today’s society & pop culture - Strategic ways to be effective in their community - Self-care and the importance of it - Access and connections to a broader network Terms & Conditions All tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable Must be 21 years or older to attend ID and ticket must be present for admittance into conference No re-entry day of conference so prepare to be there all day 

Location: W Hollywood 6250 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA. | Start: 7/20/2018 11:00:00 AM End:
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The Royal BB Girls in with partnership with G girl productions formall invite you to the Furbaby Garden Brunch. This Brunch is dedicated to our fashionable furbabies and friends. A beautiful Garden Brunch on the terrace surrounded by a breathtaking garden view.  Enjoy yourself with your furbaby and meet new friends who love their furbabies as much as you do.  Furbabies can come naked or dressed.  This is to be at your comfort.  Dressed furbabies have an opportunity to participate in a fashion competition.  This a charity event benefiting Royal BB Girls Helping Hand 501(c)3. Note this is an outdoor event on a terrace.  Please bring weather pre-cautions for your furbaby.  If event is reschedule due to weather it will new date will be posted within 24hrs. Furbabies should dressed in their best brunch/ tea party dress.  Competition Judging Criteria Outfits can be purchases anywhere or made by anyone.  Outfits will be judged on cuteness, fit, and suitability to theme for the furbaby. Only furbaby outfits will be judged. Personality and star quality of the dog will also be judged. Attire for Furbabies For a Garden Party, gentlemen wear morning dress or lounge suits, while women wear day dress, usually with hats or fascinators. National dress and uniform are also often worn. Contest Categories Duke and Duchess of the Gardens (Trophy and Sash) Lady of the Flower (Receives Trophy) Gentleman of the Growns (Receives Trophy) Best Accessory for Furboy (headpiece or necklace or hat) (Receives Trophy) Best Accessory for Furgirl (headpiece or necklace or hat) (Receives Trophy) Food Buffet from dinning room. Each ticket comes with one furbaby meal (chicken and veges) extra furbaby meals can be purchases for $8.00 Fundraising  Raffles Live Auction 50/50 Silent Auction

Location: The Founders Inn and Spa 5641 Indian River Road Virginia Beach, VA. | Start: 6/23/2018 11:00:00 AM End:
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ART. FOOD. WINE. MUSIC. This unique event will be an art fundraiser and silent auction to promote mental health awareness. Come enjoy an engaging social mixer where food and beverages will be provided in the lush ambiance of downtown Ft. Worth. All proceeds from this event will be donated to Hope Contained, an organization that provides housing and support for individuals with mental illnesses. *Purchase includes 2 drink tickets*

Location: Artspace111 111 Hampton Street Fort Worth, TX. | Start: 5/31/2018 7:00:00 PM End:
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Please save the date for our 1st Fundraiser of the year to support our community efforts.  Our non profit is a federally sanctioned 501c3 organization that provides advocacy and education to small businesses of all genres.  We will have several local businesses to donate services and products that you can silently bid on and make a huge difference at the same time!

Location: Trident Technical College 7000 Rivers Ave Charleston, SC. | Start: 8/17/2018 6:30:00 PM End:
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***This event page will be updated with exciting news and offerings added to this event*** Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County (CAPSBC) is hosting Uncorked 2018 - a social fundraising event supporting CAPSBC’s mission.  Join us on May 26th for a social evening out featuring local CA wines, great food, and Helping People, Changing Lives. Come and enjoy: Wine On-Site BBQ* - Catered in Partnership with Water Wheel Saloon and Deli, Norco CAPSBC Toast Silent Wine Raffle Unlimited Photo Booth A Live Music Performance Networking Gourmet Chocolates for All Attendees Tesla Experience Opportunity with Tesla Representative On-Site *Full course BBQ dinner includes tri-trip and/or chicken, sides, salad, and wine. Non-alcholic beverages will be available as well. Opportunity to win a tour and winetasting experience at Callaway Vineyard & Winery in Temecula, CA. Learn about the history of Callaway, its viticultural practices, and the winemaking process. Callaway is known for hosting the finest Temecula wine tours at its facility, and enjoy a unique Temecula wine tasting experience after the tour. Opportunity to win Conductor’s Circle tickets for any one concert during the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra’s 2018/19 Season. Also be a guest at anexclusive concert after party to meet the Maestro, musicians, and featured performers. Current list of wines represented in the Silent Wine Raffle: J. Lohr  Chateau Soverain Gaetano D'Aquino Zaca Mesa Duca Bortini Di Montebello Provenance-Rutherford Sevtap Churon A BIG Thank you to our event sponsors:                    

Location: San Antonio Winery 2802 S Milliken Ave Ontario, CA. | Start: 5/26/2018 6:00:00 PM End:
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The Friends of the Louisville Zoo invite you to the 38th annual Zoofari! Event - One Wild Night on June 9, 2018 at the Louisville Zoo.  It's the wildest event in town! Attire is Glacier Glamour or creative black tie.  This is a 21 and over event, no exceptions. TICKETS AVAILABLE: Click on "Tickets” above.  There are four ticket options to choose from: Buy a Mix & Mingle ticket: This ticket includes access to all the social staples of the event: cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, animal encounters, photo opportunities, music, dancing and more. Mix & Mingle tickets at Zoofari! 2018 are $80.12 ($75 plus processing fees).  The Mix & Mingle portion of the event is from 7:30pm – 11:00pm.  All ticket sales are final, no refunds available. Buy a Combo ticket Option 1: This ticket includes the Mix & Mingle Zoofari! 2018 ticket detailed above, AND a General Admission ticket to our signature Brew at the Zoo event to be held on August 25, 2018. The Mix & Mingle portion of the Zoofari! event is from 7:30pm – 11:00pm. Brew at the Zoo General Admission is from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Cost for the Combo ticket is $143.42 ($135 plus fees).  All ticket sales are final, no refunds available. Buy a Combo ticket Option 2: This ticket includes the Mix & Mingle Zoofari! 2018 ticket detailed above, AND a VIP ticket to our signature Brew at the Zoo event to be held on August 25, 2018. The Mix & Mingle portion of the Zoofari! event is from 7:30pm – 11:00pm.  Brew at the Zoo VIP is from 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm and includes access to special animal encounters (weather permitting), private restrooms, VIP t-shirts and swag bags, and VIP areas with specialty beers and food.Cost for the Combo ticket is $185.62 ($175 plus fees).  All ticket sales are final, no refunds available. Buy a Full Event ticket: This ticket includes a dedicated cocktail reception and full access to the main event!  Enjoy a cocktail reception from 6:00pm - 7:30pm, followed by the main event at 7:30pm, including cocktails, full service meal, and entertainment that includes exclusive animal encounters and a live auction!  Cost for the Full Event ticket is $317.49 ($300 plus fees).  Your ticket includes access to the event from 6:00pm - 11:00pm.  All ticket sales are final, no refunds available. Your support of this signature annual fundraising event will contribute to the success of the Louisville Zoo, its animal ambassadors and award-winning exhibits and education programs that provide meaningful moments for children and adults from around the region. If you would like to see the Zoo continue to grow and expand its work locally and globally, this is the party for you!  Proceeds directly benefit the Zoo’s mission of "bettering the bond between people and our planet" through science and conservation programs, capital projects and animal encounters. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. For sponsorship, table sales, or if you are interested in donating a Silent Auction item, please contact torimacke@gmail.com. If you have any questions before you purchase tickets, please contact the Friends of the Louisville Zoo at friendsofthelouisvillezoo@gmail.comShare this event on Facebook and TwitterWe hope you can make it!Cheers, Friends of the Louisville Zoo

Location: Louisville Zoo 1100 Trevilian Way Louisville, KY. | Start: 6/9/2018 6:00:00 PM End:
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The KU Department of Nurse Anesthesia Education Class of 2019 cordially invites you to our 5th annual fundraiser!   Join us Saturday, October 6th at Boulevard Brewing Company in the Muehlebach Suite located off Southwest Boulevard and 25th Street. Mingle with new and old friends in the beautiful indoor area or step out onto the patio for a breath of fresh air and picturesque views of downtown Kansas City. Your ticket allows you to partake in a variety of Boulevard's own brews as well as assorted wines. Come hungry because your admission also includes a catered dinner. And games – let’s not forget the games that can be played throughout the evening! Last, but certainly not least, our auction will be held online again this year. Online bidding will begin several weeks prior to the event and continue through the night of the event for last-minute decision making. We are so excited to offer a wide variety of amazing items generously donated by many of our favorite KC spots. The online auction link will be live as we get closer to the event date. The proceeds of this event are used to assist students in funding mission trips, national meetings, and student scholarships. These funds are essential for allowing students to experience these amazing opportunities during their education.  We will be offering a $20 discount on tickets purchased prior to September 1, 2018! Tickets will not be sold at the door this year, so do not delay in purchasing your tickets! Students currently enrolled in the program may purchase tickets for a discounted price from the Nurse Anesthesia Education office (quantities limited). We look forward to seeing you at the event! For questions about this event, please contact the department office at na@kumc.edu or 913-588-6612 (711 TTY).

Location: Boulevard Brewing 2501 Southwest Boulevard Kansas City, MO. | Start: 10/6/2018 2:00:00 PM End:
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Who Should Attend: All are welcome! If you would like to make the world a better place, come join us! :-) ***Volunteers of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels. We will find a place to utilize your time & talents. ***Businesses, Schools, Universities & Faith Communities that would like to partner with or support nonprofits. ***Nonprofit organizations that would like to work together with other nonprofits and learn what resources are available to help them with their mission. ***Individuals with a Startup Idea that Solves a Social or Environmental problem. Come join us to find out about local small nonprofit organizations that need your help. Whether you want to help animals, children, seniors, veterans or the environment, your community needs you! 1:00-3:00  Mesa Main Library downtown  2nd floor in the Saguaro Room. Option #1 is Track A:  Volunteer Fair--Volunteers can meet local organizations that need your help. Small, Volunteer Run Nonprofits can display their brochures and meet potential volunteers. Nonprofits can just show up on the day but it is best if you contact us before so that we know you are coming. Another benefit for nonprofits is that you may leave your brochures with us and volunteers will bring them to other volunteer fairs to assist you in finding volunteers. Option #2 is Track B: Nonprofits & Individuals with a good idea for a Community Project pitch their idea and receive brainstorming help and advice from the audience. Please check the schedule closer to the day to know which idea is being presented at which time. Please scroll down to see the tentative schedule. Each idea gets 10 minutes. That is 3 minutes to pitch the idea and the rest of the time to receive crowdsourced ideas from people willing to help. Please share your time and your talents by attending this event and giving information & creative ideas that help support these Community Projects. Option #3 is Track C: Begin working with Community Projects that have been presented. Each organization & individual who brings an idea will also have a specific project that they need help with. Please visit the various tables and share your time & your talents to help move their project forward. You are welcome to visit and help lots of Community Projects or stay with the one that interests you most and assist them in completing their project. 3:00-4:30  Mesa Main Library downtown  2nd floor in the Saguaro Room. Option #1 is Track A:  Open Mic Pitches--You are welcome to sign up for a slot of time to pitch your idea. Simply show up on the day of the event, schedule a time to pitch and receive helpful ideas and information that will help your idea become a reality. Option #2 is Track B: "Meet Your Tribe"  Meet with your "Tribe" of people interested in promoting the welfare of Veterans, Seniors, Animals, Women, Children/Teens, the Environment, etc. Discuss the major issues that face the group of individuals you are most passionate about helping. Create a list of Community Projects to pursue that would be helpful. What would make their lives easier & better. Where are the Community Resources that help? What organizations & information sources are most helpful? Who should be working together? Where are the gaps in service? Meet with like-minded others who share your passion for helping this group! :-) Brainstorm innovative ways of getting important messages out that affect these populations. Use your combined creativity to increase awareness of your cause. Option #3 is Track C: Continue working with Community Projects that have been presented. Each organization & individual who brings an idea will also have a specific project that they need help with. Please visit the various tables and share your time & your talents. You are welcome to visit and help lots of Community Projects or stay with the one that interests you most and assist them in completing their project. 4:30-5:00  Mesa Main Library downtown  2nd floor in the Saguaro Room. Final pitches about what has been accomplished today. Share what the next steps are for your project and what you need to move forward. Please share your time and your talents to make the world a better place. At this Volunteer Orientation you will also find out about: The Ways Your Business, School, University or Faith Organization Can Support Your Local Nonprofits. The Community Project Accelerator events where individuals and nonprofits pitch good ideas and Community Projects that help their community and the audience brainstorms idea, connections and resources that can help. The Volunteer Social Media Marketing Team that helps create awareness of the causes and needs of small nonprofits. The Community Skill Bank of on call experts that help nonprofits and local community projects when they can. The Donated Item Service where you can donate items or receive items if you are a nonprofit. The Fundraising Project where individuals work together to raise funds to support worthy causes, ideas, startups and Community Projects. The Many Opportunities to Help Out by Volunteering at Home or at Your Business and much, much more! Many of the volunteer opportunities can be done from home or when you have a spare few minutes. All can be done to fit in with your busy schedule! Tell us what you would ideally like to do, what skills you want to use and how you want to change the world and we will find the perfect nonprofit for you to help. Small nonprofits do not get the help they need and yet they fulfill their organization mission with volunteers only. These small nonprofits deserve help since your volunteer hour has more of an impact. You will also find out about local Community Projects that need your help to become a reality. We especially have a lot of requests from Animal groups that need your help. One project is the Shared Multiple Animal Rescue Shelter where animal rescues create a shared working space and kennel so that they can save more animals. The Senior to Senior project places senior animals with senior citizens who need a companion that they can foster long term with the financial support of the nonprofit. The Feeding Animals in Rescue Project looks at opportunities for "group purchases" of animal supplies so that the price is better and also looks for donations of pallets of food. The Companion Animal Assistance Program helps people with low income find free or low cost options for animal food, vet car and spay/neuter. The Animal Resource Help Line is a project proposed that would help the community with animal related questions and steer them to the correct nonprofit that helps. The volunteer Social Media Marketing Team that helps promote adoption of rescued animals, encourages spay/neuter programs and aids in fundraising projects to help support animal rescue efforts. Come and meet like minded people. Connect with other volunteers. Share your time and your talents! Make the World a Better Place! WHAT TO BRING:  Bring any type of Community Project that Makes the World a Better Place. Also bring: Snacks, Drinks in closed containers, paper, pens, colored pencils, markers, white boards, flip charts, scrap paper, laptop computers, extra card tables and anything else that will help you be creative. Nonprofits should bring information & brochures. Please tell your friends! We need all skills, all ideas and all interest in different worthy causes. Please put on your Superhero cape and bring your own unique Superhero skills to help create positive change in your community. We are an online/in person Community Project Accelerator that Offers Create-a-Thons, Hackathons, Make-a-Thons & Social Entrepreneur Startup Events that Create Opportunities for Like-Minded Individuals & Organizations to Support Community Projects that Make the World a Better Place. We Help Individuals & Organizations to Find the Information & Resources They Need to Solve Social & Environmental Problems. Thank you for your help in getting the word out through your social media channels! :-)

Location: Main Library - Mesa Public Library--2nd Floor Saguaro Room 64 East 1st Street Mesa, AZ. | Start: 5/26/2018 1:00:00 PM End:
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