This year we didn’t ask for prize donations. We bought all of our prizes as a way to say thank you to the businesses that have been our event sponsors in the past. We appreciate what they have done for us and we wanted to return the favor. Together, we can get through this!
Saturday, 12/26, will be MATCH DAY! On the 26th, all donations for $100 or less will be matched (donor, amount, and dip or dodge) by our wonderful sponsors. We will match donations all day or until we reach $5,000 in matched donations. Be sure to let your donors know!
Also, we will be awarding prizes for the day's top fundraiser on:
- Sunday, 12-27: $25 Gift Card to Gimme Coffee
- Monday, 12-26: $35 Gift Card to The Antlers Restaurant
- Tuesday, 12-29: $50 Gift Card to Monk's
- Wednesday, 12-30: $50 Gift Card to Moosewood
- Thursday, 12-31: $100 Gift Card to Rasa Spa
Go it alone or put together a team for the 6th Annual Ithaca Chill Challenge…Dip or Dodge event..COVID style!Like the Ice Ice Babt Team! (note: none of them have actually dipped...they have all been dodgers!)
Uncle Chrissy is this week's random participant winner! Uncle Chrissy have won (2) $25 gift cards from AGAVA, (2) t-shirts and (4) glasses. Yay! We'll give you the goodies at the Yacht club on New Year's Day! Thanks to Agava for the great prize and to Uncle Chrissy for participating! www.ithacachillchallenge.org
Friday, 12/27, will be MATCH DAY for the 5th Annual Ithaca Chill Challenge! On the 27th, all donations for $100 or less will be matched (donor, amount, and dip or dodge) by our sponsors. We will match donations all day or until we reach $2,500 in matched donations. Be sure to let your donors know!
"Three members of my family spend or have spent considerable time at 518 West Seneca St. We are members of Al-anon, AA, and NA. Our teen-aged son's problems with addiction first brought me to Al-anon meetings at 518. Later, my son and husband both attended meetings at the building for their recovery from drugs and alcohol. Meetings at 518 have made a huge impact on the well-being of our family. When addiction impacts a family, it is often necessary to rebuild social networks from the ground up, as it was for us. I am very grateful to Ithaca Community Recovery for providing a place for that to happen."