ENOUGH WITH CHIBERIA, folks: get out for a good cause!
On February 2nd, join Stand Up For Kids at Dunlays on the Square at 4:30pm to celebrate food, football, and philanthropy! As football fans and foodies come together to celebrate Super Bowl 2014, a special group of activists will be standing up for homeless kids in Chicago. Dunlays on the Square (3137 W. Logan Blvd.) will be helping raise money and awareness for Stand Up For Kids of Chicago, a non-profit organization dedicated to end youth homelessness through national and local outreach. Guests are invited to be a part of an incredible all-inclusive package benefiting homeless youth.
You thought watching the Super Bowl was already a treat in itself? WRONG. This private Stand Up For Kids Super Bowl 2014 party package includes all food, drinks (Microbrews: Revolution, Daisy Cutter –Two brothers- Rebel -IPA’s, liquor, house made Sangria wine, red & white wine), tax and gratuity. Dunlays on the Square will be serving upscale tailgate fare including their award winning Mac n’ Cheese, Smoke Daddy pulled pork, cheeseburger sliders, Edamame and cilantro hummus, famous beer cheese, and smoked BBQ hot wings. In short, YUM. There will be a silent auction and raffles as well, including Blackhawk tickets. The party won’t stop until the game ends!
Tax-deductible tickets are $100. Partygoers are encouraged to pre-pay online to reserve their space for this private party that is limited to the first 100 guests to ensure comfortable accommodations. Tickets can be purchased online at www.DunlaysOnTheSquare.com.
"Our goal for this Super Bowl event is to raise awareness of teen homelessness in Chicagoland,” says Brian Russell, executive director of Stand Up For Kids Chicago. “Youth homelessness is an issue that often gets overlooked and we want fellow Chicagoans to be made aware so they can help break the cycle and afford youth the opportunity to refocus their lives in the right direction.”
ABOUT STAND UP FOR KIDS
Stand Up For Kids is a non-profit volunteer organization whose mission is to provide crisis intervention and basic survival necessities for at-risk and homeless youth through national and local outreach. Violence and abuse are unfortunately increasingly common within families and communities, and there are now 1.3 million homeless and street kids. Stand Up For Kids offers an abundance of services, complete anonymity, and ensures that youth do not have to feel alone in dealing with their problems. The mission is to end the cycle of youth homelessness throughout the United States. For more information, visit http://www.standupforkids.org/, email firstname.lastname@example.org