This event is geared towards kids and their families, with options for children and adults of all ages: The Tonka Mud Run, a Mini-Tonka Mud Run for younger children, and a Just for Fun category that’s appropriate for any athletic ability.
Benefits & Fundraisers
Simon Says Give®, an Eagan-based nonprofit with the mission of Kids Celebrating Kids®, is proud to present in partnership with the Woodbury YMCA Youth Group a Hollywood Meets Bollywood Dance. Mandi Simon the founder of Simon Says Give is one of 25 GlobeChangers across the nation recognized by the Jefferson Awards Foundation in 2015.
Frankie’s Friends, a foundation that helps financially strapped families with the cost of lifesaving veterinary care for their pets, is hosting a clay shoot on Saturday,April 25, at The Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake with special guest shooter-- Minnesota's own Laura Schara. All proceeds will benefit local families.
Vito is a an 18 month old superhero fighting medullablastoma. He is an amazing little boy. Through the help of his superhero capes he gains energy to fight this terrible disease. Vito's father is Tsgt Matthew Skaro with the Air force and his mother Nicole is a real estate agent in Waconia. Vito has 3 brothers; Dom, Vinny, and Luca. We are asking that the community come together to help with the financial burden and join as at Vito's Fundraiser.
The Fundraiser will be held April 11, 2015 from 2:00pm-7:00pm at the Waconia Ice Arena 1250 Oak Ave, Waconia, MN 55387
We're all social creatures, so spend the evening out at AZUL's fourth annual Wild Night gala! Wild Night is going to have Mill City Nights buzzing with a full evening featuring our Zoomobile animals, DJ Koeltrain, a unique auction featuring Zoo experiences, and fantastic entertainment.
Styled for Good's innagural event and fundraiser will be a night to remember. Only the best local event vendors will come together for one night to collaborate and give you an experience you will never forget. Come to enjoy large scale installations, one of a kind interactive stations & demos, delicious appetizers, sweets, curated cocktails, giveaways all night long, live model window displays, local pop-up shops, and so much more!
New Location. New Restaurants. New Wineries.
Bowling and Silent Auction benefitting Park Nicollet Struthers Parkinson's Center research programs.
This second annual event is dedicated to unmasking the secrecy, stigma and shame associated with eating disorders.
The event will benefit the Emily Program & Foundation and its mission to save lives, change minds and eliminate eating disorders. Through seminars, forums and outreach, the Foundation increases awareness for eating disorders, obesity, and body image issues among adults and young people. In addition, it funds citizen lobbying and public policymaking efforts, as well as advocates for greater access to care, research and improved prevention methods.