Dreams for Kids DC, Phi Sig and Town Tavern Present...
The 7th Annual "WING BOWL"
We will also be giving away great raffle prizes throughout the evening! This is not your average benefit. We are bringing together student organizations from several schools around the DC metro area to absolutely rock out and raise money for a great cause. PLUS - we will have some special DFKDC referees to judge the event!
If you would like to compete in the tournament, you MUST register online by APRIL 10th, 2015!
The brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa at American University started the Wing Bowl tradition seven years ago and were able to raise almost $3,000 for Dreams for Kids DC each year! This year they are welcoming all challengers and here's how you can get involved.
1. Sign up to participate in the actual Wing Bowl. Participants will pay $30 to enter the actual Wing Bowl and will be challenged to eat as many wings as possible during the event. The top three eaters will receive prizes from our sponsors, with the overall winner (and organization) being crowned Wing Bowl Champion 2016!
2. Sign up to host a fundraising campaign online. Rally your network behind your involvement in the Wing Bowl and support Dreams for Kids DC. If you want to run a fundraising campaign, Dreams for Kids DC can help you maximize your impact and outreach. Have more questions on this? Contact GFU@Dreamsforkids.org
A BIG THANK YOU TO PHI SIG, Garrett Asta, John Schwegman, TOWN TAVERN and Gracie Lhee Anderson for sponsoring this event!
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Dreams For Kids DC
Dreams For Kids DC provides free life-changing activities to empower children with physical and mental disabilities to unite with their peers and realize their potential. Dreams For Kids DC (DFKDC) provides adaptive sports clinics for children with disabilities between the ages of 4-24. Many of these children are bullied in schools and left out of activities with their able-bodied peers. DFKDC clinics empower this often isolated group to come off the sidelines and participate in activities such as waterskiing, dance, football and ice hockey, sometimes for the very first time. The self-confidence gained through these programs carries over from the field and rink to the home and classrom, allowing each participant to realize that theie disability will not prevent them from fulfilling their dreams.