Sun, March 24th: ROAD TRIP!!! (kind of?) Watch the Chicago Fire Game by Selling Raffle Tickets!
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Event Name:
ROAD TRIP!!! (kind of?) Watch the Chicago Fire Game by Selling Raffle Tickets!
Location: Toyota Park
Address: 7000 S. Harlem Ave., (Toyota Park), Bridgeview, IL 60455 (map)
Date: Sun, March 24th    2:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Staff:
Manager: Vince F (email)
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Description:

Event Description

CARPOOLING AVAILABLE!!! Chicago Fire vs. Chivas Usa at Toyota Park

What we'll be doing

Volunteers will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets to benefit the Chicago Fire Foundation

What you should know

Once you're done selling tickets, volunteers are welcome to watch the 2nd half of the game at no cost.

Where to meet

Volunteers will need to carpool to the event as there are a limited number of spots reserved for volunteers. Your event manager will provide more information.


Organization: Chicago Fire Foundation

The Chicago Fire's goal on the field is to play hard and win. Its goal off the field is to contribute to the quality of life in Chicago and its surrounding communities. Through the Chicago Fire Foundation, the Fire is able to give back to the community by developing programs that reach out to Chicagoland's community. Since 1998, the Chicago Fire Foundation, the charitable arm of the Chicago Fire Major League Soccer Team, has made significant contributions to enhance the lives of disadvantaged youth throughout Chicagoland.
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