The Rotary Club of Daniel Island Is Excited to Announce the Duck Fundraiser During The Month of September, 2020!
What can your Duck Do? So many people and organizations have been negatively impacted therefore the need is even greater this year. YOUR support for this fundraiser will help people across our community who really need our support this year. There is no doubt this has been a challenging time for most of us and many are wondering what they can do to help those most impacted by this pandemic. Funds raised from this fundraiser will support Charleston area nonprofits impacted by the pandemic and Rotary service projects focused on our community’s most critical issues such health and wellness, hunger and nutrition, housing and shelter, children and families, and education and literacy. We can come together as a community with the Duck Fundraiser, an all-volunteer fundraiser, to help people across our community.
The Duck Stops Here: Starting on September 1st donations will be accepted via this website and those interested in making a greater philanthropic impact can become more involved by becoming a sponsor. There are a variety of affordable sponsorship opportunities available with sponsors receiving recognition in addition to all of the benefits associated with helping charitable causes. Sponsorship opportunities are immediately available and can also be registered through the website at https://www.charlestonduckrace.com/become-a-sponsor.
We appreciate everyone’s continued support during these unprecedented times. Our primary concern is for the health and wellbeing of the people and communities we serve. Your donation is appreciated and needed more than ever, and we look forward to returning to Smythe Park in June 2021 for the Race! Since the Race’s inception, this event has raised over $1.7 million for local beneficiaries and Rotary projects worldwide.
Be a part of this essential neighbors helping neighbors event!
These charities represent a wide selection of Charleston area nonprofit organizations focused on health and wellness, hunger and nutrition, housing and shelter, children and families, and education and literacy. Since the Race’s inception, this event has raised over $1.7 million for local beneficiaries and Rotary projects worldwide.