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qHow much can a non-profit receive in charitable donations?

Earnings are based upon fully paid staterooms and can be anywhere from $500 to 150,000. The more staterooms booked the larger the reward.

qHow does the fundraiser work?

A percentage of the cruise fare is donated to qualifying non-profit organizations. Non-profit partners must have a minimum of 25 persons to qualify. Earnings are based upon fully paid staterooms. The more staterooms booked the larger the reward.

qWhat are the ports of call for the next fundraiser?

Explore unforgettable destinations in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Hawaii, Alaska, Bahamas and more. Don’t miss these amazing destinations! Cruise Destinations

qWhat are the steps to become a non-profit partner?

To become a nonprofit partner, simply complete the following Interest Form, Nonprofit Interest Form

qWe have other travel request, do you provide other services?

Yes. We are a one-stop shop for all your travel needs! We have global deals on air, hotel, car rentals, travel gear, theme parks, broad-way shows, tours and sightseeing.

qWill I have Fun On A Cruise Vacation?

My word, yes! First, pack your suit case full of FUN! Then, get ready to indulge in decadent all you can eat dining and discover breath-taking destinations.

What’s more, home away from home room amenities and activities galore…too many to mention: spas for pampering, pools and waterslides, Broadway style shows, endless relaxation, onboard activities day & night, shore excursions and more. How can you not have fun when you have so many options and things to do!

qIs it possible to really experience new cultures on a cruise?

For many travelers, experiencing the authentic culture of a destination is a top priority, and cruise lines have taken note. Excursions have evolved, and cruisers can join chefs at local markets, book home visits with locals or volunteer for the community while in port.

qWill I be stuck on a ship with nothing to do?

No way! You may need a map to navigate around today's big ships, and there's something to do in nearly every corner. For intellectual stimulation, you can listen to guest speakers, participate in Bridge tournaments or attend wine lectures. To get your heart pumping, play some hoops, or visit the ship's gym. There are pools for soaking and swimming, boutiques for shopping and spas for pampering. You can participate in contests, do crafts, watch movies, or simply grab a book and get a tan. Even on small ships, there's an abundance of activities during times when the vessels are at sea; most notably, cruises tend to offer strong enrichment-oriented activities. Plus, you're not on the ship all the time itineraries include a variety of different ports of call.

qWhat are shore excursions?

At every stop, you'll have the option of exploring the area on your own or as part of a group with a planned itinerary. You might hike a tropical rain forest in the Caribbean, fish for king salmon in Alaska, tour Mayan ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico or take a sightseeing tours.

qHow can I cruise for a very worthy cause?

Fill out the contact us form and a travel professional will contact you within 24 hours to process your minimum and non-refundable deposit amount of $250 Visa/MC/Amex/Disc.

qWill I get sea sick?

Most ships are so big and well stabilized that you can hardly tell you're moving, especially in the calm waters of the Caribbean and Alaska's Inside Passage. Radars help big ships outrun hurricanes and other bad-weather patches, but if you happen to pass through some rough waters and experience queasiness in your body while on board, you can usually be relieved by over-the-counter remedies. Alternative remedies include ginger capsules and acupressure wristbands. The purser's desk on most ships can also provide assistance. And lastly, if you are prone to seasickness, ask your doctor before you leave about antidotes.

qCan I afford a cruise vacation?

If you can afford to go on a hotel-based vacation, you can afford to take a cruise vacation. There are cruises available at all price ranges -- from budget to luxury. The great thing about cruising is your room, regular dining and entertainment is built into the cost.

qWhat are the ports of call for the next fundraiser?

Explore unforgettable destinations in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Hawaii, Alaska, Bahamas And more Check out our cruise destination guide: Visit www.livingmylifevacations.com/e-brochures.html

qWhat’s included in the cruise fare?

Meals — bon app├ętit! Comfortable Accommodations, Complimentary 24-hr Room Service, Delicious Formal and Informal Dining Options, Unlimited Snacks, 24/7, Full Schedule of Exciting Daily Activities, Award-winning Youth Programs, Thrilling Waterslides and Family Pools, Spectacular Stage Shows and Live Entertainment, Amazing Destinations AND MORE.

qWhat’s NOT included in the cruise fare?

Cruising is the best vacation value! The following items are not included in the cruise fare: Transportation to the Port, Shopping, Alcohol, Casino, Salon, Soda, Specialty Coffee, Shore Excursions, and Internet Data Service.

qHow much is the cruise deposit?

The non-refundable cruise deposit amount is $250 per person (Visa/MC/Amex/Disc).

qHow much spending cash will I need while on board?

Incidentals & Spending Cash - The ship will be cashless. The on board credit program, allows guests to charge on board purchases and gratuities directly to a personal account for convenience throughout the cruise. The Sail & Sign Card must be utilized for all money transactions on board as cash will not be an accepted form of payment. Personalized Sail & Sign cards will be provided to all guests (including minors) and are valid for use immediately upon boarding the ship. The minimum recommendation is $200 either on credit card OR cash.

If you do not utilize the funds on the account, funds will be refunded to the credit card in 3-7 days after the ship returns. Guest that would like a full refund of cash funds that were not used during the cruise guest services and/or on-board Kiosks can disburse refunds. There are Kiosks throughout the ship that can provide an account balance and also daily room balance notifications on your TV with your account balance.

Check your card balance often while cruising. Caution, card usage and balances can easily be over-looked while on board. * It will be of your own discretion as to if you would like to shop on the island with cash/credit card. Island locals will not have access to your cruise ship account.

qCan I purchase souvenirs with cash aboard the ship?

Incidentals & Spending Cash - The ship will be cashless. The on board credit program, allows guests to charge on board purchases and gratuities directly to a personal account for convenience throughout the cruise. The Sail & Sign Card must be utilized for all money transactions on board as cash will not be an accepted form of payment. Personalized Sail & Sign cards will be provided to all guests (including minors) and are valid for use immediately upon boarding the ship. The minimum recommendation is $200 either on credit card OR cash. If you do not utilize the funds on the account, funds will be refunded to the credit card in 3-7 days after the ship returns. Guest that would like a full refund of cash funds that were not used during the cruise guest services and/or onboard Kiosks can disburse refunds. There are Kiosks throughout the ship that can provide an account balance and also daily room balance notifications on your TV with your account balance.

Check your card balance often while cruising. Caution, card usage and balances can easily be over-looked while on board. * It will be of your own discretion as to if you would like to shop on the island with cash/credit card. Island locals will not have access to your cruise ship account.

qWill my cell phone work while at sea?

The answer is yes. However, your carrier will bill you for international roaming. Rates for roaming on ships are determined by your carrier. Calls to 800, 888, 866, and 877 numbers are not toll free. You will be billed by your carrier for your international roaming usage on your regular mobile phone bill. Typically charges will appear on the next monthly bill, but depending on your carrier it may occasionally take up to 60 days for charges to appear on your phone bill. Please note that most cell phone carriers do not allow their unlimited rate plans to apply to cellular calls, texts or data used while onboard ships. Please consult with your carrier to confirm your specific pricing details.

qCan I access Wi-Fi service while at sea?

Yes. Satellite internet service plans are available on board.

qDo I need a passport?

All guest need proper proof of citizenship in order to travel internationally and failure to present required documentation at check-in will result in denied boarding and you will be fully responsible for any resulting cost. The requirements described below are required by government regulations and policies. They are subject to change without notice.

A passport is required for all international travel. If you're traveling anywhere overseas, you need a passport to board an international flight and to enter the country. Passport cards will Not be accepted as a form of I.D. for international air travel.

Passports must be valid for at least 6 months after the date you enter a foreign country. Also, passports must be kept in good condition, free of any damage beyond normal wear and tear, and material alterations. You may be denied boarding if you travel with a passport that appears damaged or altered.

For more information call the National Passport Information Center 877-487-2778 OR visit U.S. Passports

qWhat travel documents are required for adults going on a cruise?

Passports are highly recommended U.S. Passports. Passengers 17 and older will need; proof of citizenship such as an original or certified copy of a birth certificate with the raised seal, a certificate of naturalization form N-550 or N-570, a passport card, an enhanced driver’s license as well as a government-issued photo ID. If you are a woman who has been married or divorced will need a certified copy of your marriage license or your divorce decree. However, If you are using a passport, that is the only documentation that will be needed.

qWhat travel documents are required for children going on a cruise?

Children are also required to bring proof of citizenship, and if 16 and over, a photo ID is also required. If you are traveling with a child under the age of 16 they can present a certified government issued birth certificate.

qWhat is the required age to cruise?

A parent or legal guardian must accompany guest who are under the age of 21. Infants MUST be at least 6 months old to sail.

qCan I cruise if I am pregnant?

Guest cannot travel beyond week 23 of the pregnancy.

qCan I bring my grandchild or my friend’s child on the ship?

All non-family children under the age of 16 must have a notarized letter from one parent/guardian authorizing the sailing with the family member. Additionally, authorization will need to be given for emergency medical treatment and permission to sign waivers on behalf of the minor for activities. Specific activities must be noted on the letter. Grandparents and other relatives cannot be substitute parents.

qAre nicknames acceptable for reservations?

Correct Names and Spelling - Immigration laws and airline security does require the name on your travel documents to match your passport and/or government issued id. Nicknames are not acceptable. Full name changes for any reason will incur an additional charge per person at the time of the change.

qDoes my name on travel documents need to match my government issued id?

Yes, your first and last need to match your reservation and all travel documents. If not, corrections could result in possible denial of boarding on the ship and subject to a fee. Passports are highly recommended. Your name on your reservation will need to match exactly what is on your passport. Immigration laws and airline security does require the name on your travel documents to match your passport and/or government issued id. Nicknames are not acceptable. Middle names and middle initials are not required. Full name changes for any reason will incur an additional charge per person at the time of the change.

qDoes the name on the reservation need to match government-issued travel documents?

Yes, your first and last need to match your reservation and all travel documents. If not, corrections could result in possible denial of boarding on the ship and subject to a change fee. Passports are highly recommended. Your name on your reservation will need to match exactly what is on your passport. Immigration laws and airline security does require the name on your travel documents to match your passport and/or government issued id. Nicknames are not acceptable. Middle names and middle initials are not required. Full name changes for any reason will incur an additional charge per person at the time of the change.

qDo we recommend booking your own flight?

No. We do not recommend booking your flight on your own.

The benefit of booking your plane fare through your travel professional is the cruise line and airlines are linked together with your cruise itinerary. Alternative arrangements can be made if there are delays. In the event the available flights do not arrive in time for the ship’s departure, guests will be flown to the next port of call and the cruise-line will arrange hotel and/or ground transportation services at no expense. In other words, we want to take the worry out of air travel, to ensure guests can enjoy a memorable vacation.

qWhat are the recommended times for airline travel?

The suggested arrival is before 12noon with noon being the very latest arrival time. AND the suggested departing flight time after 11:30am. Buddy passes and/or stand-by flights are not recommended for same day arrivals.

qHow can your group relax, have fun and fellowship while traveling to the cruise port?

Join us RELAX, have FUN and FELLOWSHIP with other vacationers on a chartered bus! Why waste time worrying about transportation? Let us help you get there---- No need to worry about traffic, directions, or being transferred from the airport to the cruise port (80). Snacks will be served during the trip to the cruise port. Bus transportation has not been included with your cruise fare.

qWhat is the airport travel time to Port Canaveral?

Airport Travel Time: 45 minutes from the Orlando International Airport (MCO) and 40 minutes from the Melbourne Airport (MLB).

qWhere is the departure location for Port Canaveral?

Port Canaveral, A-Side North Cruise Terminals, Charles Rowland Drive, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920, Cruise Terminal #5 and #6. Located in Brevard County, right in the middle of Florida’s east coast, easily reachable by an efficient system of highways. State Road 528 (The Beachline), State Road 520 and State Road 50 are the Port’s east-west highway links. These highways intersect with U.S. Highway 1, Interstate 95, the Florida Turnpike and Interstate 4 to provide excellent access to and from the Port for Florida and the nation.

qWhat are the parking rates at Port Canaveral?

Canaveral Port Authority, www.portcanaveral.com, Phone: (321) 783-7831

qWhat happens if you miss the cruise because the flight was delayed?

As soon as you’re aware of your flight delay, inform an airline representative that you’re embarking on a cruise. They may divert you to another flight to get you to your departure port city on time. If that’s not possible and you’re certain you’ll miss embarkation, contact a representative from the cruise line. The airline and cruise line may be able to work together to resolve your problem. At the very least, the cruise line will know where you are and whether to expect you to join the ship later on. Cruise line phone numbers can usually be found in your eDocs.

Keep in mind that purchasing airfare through the cruise line usually provides more protection in the event of flight delays or cancellations that may prevent you from getting to the ship on time. Also, since cruise lines do not make exceptions regarding cancellation charges, we strongly recommend securing appropriate cancellation/trip insurance to protect your investment in the event that you miss the ship.

qWhat happens if the ship leaves from a port of call without you?

Mistakes happen, in spite of the best plans; if you find yourself still on dry land while your ship is sailing off into the sunset, it's not the end of the world.

Most cruise lines have port agents stationed in the port area to assist if your ship has left without you. If you are late returning to the vessel, the ship's crew will often remove your essential items -- passports, cell phones and medication -- from the ship to leave with the port agents. These officials can help you with contacting your ship and making travel arrangements.

If you miss the ship, you'll have to either meet it in a subsequent port of call or plan to go home. Your cruise line, and/or travel insurance provider might be able to help you make the plans; otherwise, you'll have to make arrangements on your own. Additionally, phone numbers for your ship and port agent are often found listed on the daily schedules you'll receive onboard each day and your cruise line's customer service department. Either way, you'll be responsible for any costs incurred. Travel insurance may or may not cover flights if you miss the ship due to your own negligence. Cruise ships wait as long as they can before leaving but are often on strict time schedules.

TIP: This is where photocopies of your credit cards will come in handy if you've left them onboard; it's also why we advise all cruisers to travel with passports, even if all that's required for boarding is a driver's license and birth certificate. As a final point, if you find yourself on land without proper identification contact www.usembassy.gov.

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qDo I need to disclose any medical conditions?

Yes. Any guest requiring medical treatment or attention must be reported at the time of the reservation. Examples include; guest using wheelchairs, hearing or visual disabilities, special diets, and oxygen therapy

qWhy do I need travel insurance?

Just as you have home or car insurance, travel insurance is no different, by protecting the investment you make in travel plans. Travel insurance can protect your financial investment (up to the amount of your policy limits) should your trip be cancelled or interrupted for a covered reason.

qWon’t my credit card, homeowner’s policy, or medical insurance give me the coverage I need when I’m traveling?

Not necessarily. You should check these policies before you travel to assess exactly how or if you would be covered in case you have an emergency.

Credit cards and homeowner's policies. Many credit cards and homeowner's policies don't cover everything you need to protect, including some types of emergencies and trip cancellation or interruption. If they do provide coverage, it's often limited, depending on the type of card you use or the coverage you have with your homeowner's policy.

Health insurance. Most health insurance plans don't provide direct payment to foreign hospitals. They may also have deductibles and won't cover the cost of emergency medical transportation.

Additionally, travel insurance can provide you with a wide range of assistance benefits, even if you're traveling halfway around the world. You can find out more about these benefits in the question below.

qWho is responsible for accidents and personal injuries while traveling?

There are many types of unplanned events that can come about when you did not expect them to occur. For your protection, we strongly recommend that you purchase trip cancellation and travel accident insurance to cover unexpected events such as loss of income, medical emergencies for you or someone dear to you before and during the trip, a death in the family, natural disasters, and other unforeseen events. Get Vacation Protection Now

Cruise For- A Cause and Living Waters Group Cruises is not responsible for any accidents, losses, damage, theft, death, injuries, delays, inconveniences or claims while traveling, vacationing, or cruising. This does include port shore excursions bus/plane/car transportation and all other activities engaged in by guests. We are also not responsible for acts or omissions of the travel supplier or its failure to provide services, adhere to its own schedules, or make refunds owed. We do not guarantee or insure travel suppliers. We assume no responsibility for and shall not be liable for any wrongful or negligent acts or omissions on the part of the supplier. See Vacation Terms and Conditions

qWhat does travel insurance cover?

Travel insurance can provide benefits for a number of situations associated with a cancelled or interrupted trip, including:

  • Trip Cancellation Protection
  • Trip Interruption Protection
  • Emergency Medical Transportation
  • Emergency Medical / Dental Coverage
  • Lost / Stolen / Delayed Baggage Coverage
  • Travel Delay Coverage
  • Missed Connection Coverage
  • Rental Car Damage Protection

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qIf I have an existing medical condition, can I still purchase insurance?

Yes. On select products, we offer existing medical condition coverage. In order to have existing medical conditions covered, generally the following criteria must be met:

  1. You must be a US resident who is medically able to travel on the date you purchase your plan
  2. You must purchase trip cancellation coverage that covers the full cost of all your non-refundable trip arrangements.
  3. Your plan must be purchased within 14 days of your original trip deposit or initial payment date unless otherwise specified in your particular plan.

Coverage limits may vary based upon your chosen plan. Please see your Certificate of Insurance/Policy for terms, conditions, and exclusions.

qWhat will the 24-hr Insurance Assistance Hotline do for me?

Our 24-hour hotline 1-800-284-8300 is staffed with multilingual specialists who can help you with all types of insurance situations from anywhere in the world, from reporting lost baggage to getting emergency medical treatment. They can also help you replace passports, refer you to legal assistance, secure cash in case of emergency and guarantee payment to gain admission into a hospital.

qWhat is the dress attire for elegant nights?

On the "cruise elegant" nights in the main dining rooms (typically two on a seven-night cruise), most passengers look dressed up (jackets for men, dresses for women). Shorts are not permitted in the formal dining room. The Main Dining Room(s) will require; shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) to be worn at all times.

qWhat is the dress attire for casual nights?

On casual nights, the norm for men is golf shirts and nice jeans or khakis, and most women wear; sundresses, skirts or Capri-blouse combos as acceptable attire for the dinning room. The Main Dining Room(s) will require; shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) to be worn at all times.

qWhat is the attire during the day?

Casual attire is the order of the day. The following attire is suggested; Shorts and Capri's, tee shirts, polo shirts, blouses and tops (short sleeved or sleeveless), khakis and jeans, summer dresses, sweaters (for indoor, air-conditioned public areas), work-out gear for the fitness center, bathing suits and cover up (for pools, beaches, water attractions and snorkeling), For cooler weather clothing that can be layered, Hat or visor (for outdoor use, to protect yourself from the sun). * Comfortable shoes, sneakers, sandals and flip-flops. We suggest rubber-soled, low heeled or flat shoes for extra traction. Select shore excursions may require closed-toe shoes. * The Main Dining Room(s) will require; shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) to be worn at all times. The other dining rooms have a more relaxed dress code.

qWhat is the attire for visiting ports?

Please note that in some ports of call, it is against the law for anyone, including children, to dress in army-style camouflage clothing or carry items made with camouflage material. These ports include: Barbados, Dominica and Grenada.

qIs there an iron in my cabin, or should I bring my own?

No. Irons and steamers are prohibited.

qAre there hairdryers and shampoo in the cabins?

Yes, hairdryers and shampoo are in the cabins.

qCan I bring my own water bottles?

Guests are prohibited from bringing water, sodas and other non-alcoholic beverages on-board that are packaged in BOTTLES. * A small quantity of non-alcoholic beverages (i.e., sparkling water, sodas, juice, and milk) packaged in cans or cartons may be brought on-board on embarkation day and must be in the guest's carry-on luggage. A small quantity is considered a maximum of 12 sealed, unopened cans/cartons of 12 ounces each or less per person.

qDo you allow any distilled water to be brought on board?

Yes. Guests may bring on board distilled water for use with a CPAP machine or nursery water for families with babies and packed in carry-on luggage. Distilled water may also be purchased on-board at $3.00 USD per gallon by contacting Room Service. The CPAP machine must be packed in carry-on luggage.

qIs the bottled water on-board spring water or purified?

The water is purified and bottled by Ice River Springs. The bottled water can be ordered $4.50 USD for a 12-pack of bottled water (16.9 fluid ounce per bottle) for pre-cruise purchase to ensure ample supply. The water will be conveniently delivered directly to your stateroom. Once on-board, the purchase is non-refundable; guests may take home any unopened bottles.

qCan I bring my own wheelchair or walker onboard the ship?

Yes, please advise a travel professional when making your reservation.

qWhat is the cancellation policy and refund policy?

The purpose of cruise for a cause is to raise much needed funds for charities with the objective of giving in the community and serving individuals that are less fortunate and/or disabled. Cruise fundraisers for charities are Not refundable. Cancellations for ANY REASON and on any date are non refundable and NO REFUNDS will be disbursed. Your entire reservation will be cancelled and cancellation charges will apply at 100% if your cruise package (air/bus) total has NOT been fully paid 90 days prior to departure.

Vacation cancellations for any reason MUST be received in writing (e-mail). Cancellations for ANY REASON and on any date are NON REFUNDABLE. Vacationers are encouraged to consult their vacation protection policy.

We strictly abide by this cancellation and refund policy regardless of circumstances beyond your control that prevent or delay your participation. *Note* Cruisers also have the option to send another person on the cruise with change (transfer) penalties. See Can someone else travel in my place if I cannot travel?

qCan someone else travel in my place if I cannot travel?

Yes, names can be changed 80 days prior to cruise departure. However, a $75 transfer fee per person will be due at the time of transfer (the fee may be split in any manner between the Transferor and the Transferee). Transfers made without the participation and authorization of Cruise For A Cause (Living Waters Group Cruises) will not have a reservation and will not board the ship. There will Not be a refund issued to the owner /transferor for unauthorized changes and transfers. Name changes requested less than 80 days of departure are subject to penalties of $100pp and the accommodation is at the discretion of the travel supplier.

qWhat is the cancellation policy on booked travel from Market Place Vacations?

By using this site, you signify your assent to these terms of use. If you do not agree to these terms of use, please do not use the site. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of these terms at any time. Travel booked from this site is at the sole discretion of the traveler/purchaser up to and including liabilities. The traveler/purchaser will assume liabilities for mistakes/errors/damages/injuries. The cancellation and refund policies will be followed and based upon the travel supplier and policies outlined on the site of purchase. See Vacation Terms and Conditions

qI am not sure where I would like to go on my next vacation. Do you have suggestions?

Check out our cruise destination guide: www.livingmylifevacations.com/e-brochures.html

Check out our online travel brochures: content.voyagerwebsites.com/brochureRack.php?aID=413

qI have another type of group request. Can you assist?

Yes. We offer group travel services for all-inclusive land packages AND cruises. Are you having a wedding? Whether you are vacationing with friends and family or celebrating high-points of your life, we have the most spectacular destinations for your group. The more the merrier, church retreats, corporate groups and family reunions we got you covered.

A group vacation has many benefits but just to mention a few; group discounts, customizations designed with your group in mind, and expert travel planning all included. Pack a boat load of fun and we will take care of the rest! Cruise groups of 20 or more guest and land packages with at least 10 persons traveling to the same location. Visit our Contact Us page

qWhere do the proceeds go?

Cruise-fare donations will go to one non-profit partner and 501c3 organization that you have designated for their important cause and mission.

qWhat is cruise for a cause?

Our mission is to make life better for those less fortunate by enhancing fundraising for charities and non-profit organizations. Cruise For-A Cause is a unique fundraiser for charities. We organize cruise vacations to help non-profits achieve their goals and mission while impacting the community. Our focal point is to help non-profit organizations raise much needed funds as a collaborative effort.

This creative and innovative program was designed to help charities reward their donors, volunteers, and sponsors concurrently, creating much needed funds for non-profit organizations. Our desire is that all cruisers experience vacation memories of a life-time! Every person aboard will have the opportunity to relax and/or have fun, strengthen families, build new relationships in conjunction with supporting worthy charitable organizations.

We will provide donations to support qualified charity partners. Charity partners must have a minimum of 25 persons to qualify for donations. A portion of the cruise fare per person will be donated to the charity group and based upon stateroom category.

In summary, our true reward comes from assisting charities to fulfill their important missions. And simultaneously improve the quality of life of socially and economically disadvantaged persons in the community through relationship building. There is no greater honor and privilege than serving others!

Our Commitment

Over the past decade we have engaged and empowered others to participate in extra special philanthropic events. We have altruistically raised thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations all over the country. Our team is dedicated to assisting you in fulfilling the mission of your organization and community. We are also very serious about the success of your fundraiser. Please let us know how we can create amazing memories for your group!

We look forward to serving you.

 
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