At slightest 4 tacky/ugly/hideous sweater celebration fundraisers were designed around Rochester this month. I know this thanks to Amy Button and Alyssa Belasco, a dual women behind FlowerCityPhilanthropy.com.
The site is a clearinghouse of sorts for internal proffer opportunities, free events and non-rofit connections. “By providing people with a information and resources they need to bond with internal nonprofit organizations, pivotal people, proffer opportunities, and events, we wish to start a #CharitableRevolution together,” it states.
Button and Belasco call themselves sequence volunteers. “I cruise it my hobby,” pronounced Button. “Some people read, some people run, we like to volunteer.”
Friends who knew about their passion for free activities were constantly seeking how they could find proffer opportunities for themselves. Or how they could assistance the community if they didn’t have most money. So Button, who works in selling with Delaney Marketing and Event Services, and Belasco, who is growth and module manager for a Women’s Foundation of Genesee Valley, motionless to emanate FlowerCityPhilanthropy.com.
FlowerCityPhilanthropy.com facilities blog posts with a accumulation of ideas about how people can give behind and compensate it forward. This month, for example, Belasco wrote a post filled with suggestions about how to make holiday parties double as events that assistance a reduction fortunate. At her possess annual attire sell party, she asked guest to move delicate reserve to present to Baden Street Settlement and a House of Mercy. “I wish you’ll cruise adding a free member to your holiday cheer,” she wrote in a post.
Flower City Philanthropy invites people to contention eventuality listings and blog posts that competence assistance “connect those with good intentions with a collection they need to take movement and give behind to a community.”
Its events calendar offers an considerable inventory of fun events that support internal charities or non-profits. In further to your normal fundraising galas, luncheons and 5Ks, we will find things like chicken wing crawls, cake auctions and mustache-related fundraisers.
And a nauseous sweater parties. Sorry to news that 3 of a 4 have already passed. But on Thursday, Dec. 15, we can attend Cure’s Third Annual Tacky Sweater Party, which starts during 7 p.m. at Nosh, 47 Russell St. “Come dressed in your tackiest pompous paint, pom pom, sequined glory,” a Flower City Philanthropy eventuality inventory says. Winners of a tackiest sweater competition will get cooking present certificates. Food and splash deduction will be donated to CURE Childhood Cancer Association.
Erica Bryant is a Pay it Forward columnist. Contact her during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Twelve Days of Giving
This is a third installment of a 12 day array highlighting internal organizations that assistance people in Rochester.
How we can help
Flower City Philanthropy accepts eventuality listings and blog posts from and about nonprofit and free organizations in a Rochester area. For information on how to post, go to flowercityphilanthropy.com. You can also find it on Facebook,Instagram and Twitter (@FCP_ROC).