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Event Space: Helping To Host Not-For-Profits/Charities in June

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Event Space: Helping To Host Not-For-Profits/Charities in June

Time: June 1, 2014 to June 30, 2014
Location: Karaoke Heroes
Street: 212 Crown Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.karaokeheroes.net
Phone: 2038488854
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Karaoke Heroes
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2014

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Raising $ For Your Not-For-Profit/Charity (read on!)

June will be our dedicated fundraiser month-- we'll book fundraisers for every Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the month (no cost). At the end of the month, the fundraiser which raised the most will get an additional donation of $500 from Karaoke Heroes.

Our fundraiser package is as follows: organizations can choose a 2-hour period (7-9 or 8-10) during which they can collect $5 at the door from everyone coming in to Karaoke Heroes. We also donate 15% of the bar proceeds during that 2-hour window to the organization. At the end of the month, whichever organization's share of the bar proceeds was largest will get an additional $500 check from Karaoke Heroes. It's our way of giving everyone the best reason to bring out their supporters and make their fundraiser as successful as possible!

To participate, email us at info@karaokeheroes.net, giving us the name of your organization and three possible dates for your fundraiser-- one each for a Sunday, a Tuesday, and a Wednesday, ranked by preference.

We look forward to helping you raise money for your cause!

 

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