Thankful Thursday Hopes To Break The $1 Million Mark
Six years ago the "party for a purpose" was born. Fast forward to fall 2016 and over $990,000 later, it's still going and is stronger than ever.
Thankful Thursday is on the verge, and will likely, reach the $1 million mark this week. This Thursday's party benefits Project Healing Waters, a group that's dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and veterans.
Just over $9,000 is needed to surpass the million dollar mark, which is just about what the event is averaging per week this season. However, keep in mind that Project Healing Waters raised over $26,000 last time they were featured at Thankful Thursday.
If helping a great cause isn't enough to get you in the door, I'll remind you that each week you have a chance to win $500 cash. This week there are still 5 chances to win the jackpot!
Please make plans to attend Thankful Thursday this week if you can!
Where: Cheyenne AMVETS Post 10 (3839 E. Lincolnway)
When: Thursday, Nov 3 4:30 - whenever
Cost: Entry is absolutely free. Dinner and auction donations goes back to the charity.
There are three Thankful Thursday's left in 2016...
November 3 – Project Healing Waters
Dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and veterans of all conflicts and service branches through fly fishing, fly tying, and rod building education, activities, and outings. Platte Rivers chapter’s motto of “The Water Holds No Scars” reflects their belief that they have the responsibility to work together to help everyone transition through the aftermath of military duty.
November 10 – Wyoming Service Dogs
Help people with mobility, psychological, hearing, or medical issues gain more independence and quality of life by partnering with a service/assistance dog that is looking for a home, a person to care for, and a job to do.
November 17 – Cheyenne Frontier Days Volunteer Crisis Fund
A fund established to help volunteers when they are in need of a helping hand.