On Tuesday, May 3, 2016, help us turn "Happy Hour" into "Giving Hour" with the Day of Giving. GATHER with friends and family and GIVE to a GREAT cause! Join us from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Oliver's Pourhouse for a special Guest Bartender Happy Hour.
PLUS-Donate on-line from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. to be entered into a drawing for a Robokyo Japanese Steakhouse Gift Basket!
Computers will be on hand so you can make your Day of Giving donation. All charitable donations made through westmorelandGives.org on this day will receive a portion of The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County's matching funds!
Don't forget to tip our bartenders. All tips directly support "The Coach Quigley Project" community outreach initiative of BBBS.
To donate for the Day of Giving... Give anytime between 8:00 am and 11:59 pm on Tuesday, May 3 and your gift will make an even greater impact in our community! We can't change the world, but with your help, we can change how a child sees their world and interacts with it.
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The minimum Day of Giving gift per organization is $25. The match will be capped at $1,000 per donor per organization. Only gifts of $1,000 or less per donor per organization will be counted toward the match pool.
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