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The William Trippley youth Development Foundation would like to invite you to:
Will's Mardi Gras Night 2013
September 7, 2013
1 Stadium Drive, Chester, PA 19013
The event will take place on the second floor in the Stadium Club; the event space opposite the River End that overlooks the field.
Join WTYDF for our 6th annual gala. This event raises money to fund the annual operating expenses of this non-profit organization in Chester, PA. All proceeds go directly to serving at-risk youth. The $50,000 we raised from last year's gala has helped to fund virtually all costs of this year-round program that serves more than 800 children through WTYDF and its affiliates. If you missed last year's event now is your chance to see why more than 700 individuals have attended over the last 5 years.
Business Casual; Masked are Encouraged
3 hour open bar, Dinner buffet, live performance by Kyle Wareham of Three Legged Fox, Dan DJsmoove Spangler, raffle
Raffle items include iPads, Kindles, and more
$125 per ticket
This year's event space has limited capacity. Therefore, we will only be accepting the first 200 registered guests. Last year there were over 350 guests, so make sure you act fast!
Purchase via check
If you would like to reserve a spot and pay via check or at the door, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance. If you do not inform us ahead of time we cannot guarantee admission.
Please send checks to:
WTYDF; Memo: WMN
P.O. Box 223, Wallingford, PA 19086
WTYDF would like to thank the Halloran Family Foundation for title sponsoring the event once again. Their continued support has enabled WTYDF to provide year-round programing for children, in increasing numbers every year.
WTYDF would also like to thanks the Shipley School and Royal Paper for their continued support and sponsorship as well.
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William Trippley Youth Development Foundation
The William Trippley youth Development Foundation (WTYDF) is a non-profit organization that utilizes soccer, non-violence education, and academic enrichment to create opportuniteis for at-risk youth. Chester City United (CCU) is the soccer program for WTYDF. Approximately 900 children between 5-14 years old, from Chester, Pennsylvania, participate in the WTYDF, CCU, and their affiliated programs.