IRMO KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL TO HOLD ANNUAL FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT LOCAL CHARITIES ASSISTING THOSE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE IRMO
Knights of Columbus Council 6892, at Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church, will hold it’s annual “Columbus HOPE” fundraising campaign for Intellectually Disabled citizens, during the months of September, October and November 2017.
The fundraiser will consist of Knights of Columbus members handing out Tootsie rolls and collecting donations, while standing in front of various stores in the Irmo and Columbia area.
“Columbus HOPE” is an annual national campaign raising funds for people with Intellectual Disabilities, which is put on by the Knights of Columbus. The funds raised by the council at Our Lady of the Hills Catholic church will benefit the following organizations: South Carolina Special Olympics, Camp Talk (for Autistic youth), and the Pendergrass-Fairwold School in Richland County School District One.
The Knights of Columbus are also holding a fundraising pancake breakfast on September 30, from 7:30am - 10:30am, at Fatz Cafe’, located at 7492 Broad River Road, in Irmo. Tickets to the breakfast are $7.00 per adult and $5 for those 5-12 years old. Children under five years of age eat free. Tickets may be purchased in advance, or at the door. All proceeds from the breakfast will go to the above named organizations.
Donations may also be mailed to the Knights of Columbus, ℅ Doug Mader, Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church, 120 Marydale Lane, Columbia, South Carolina, 29210. Persons interested in more information on this or any other “Columbus HOPE” fund raising program may contact Doug Mader at (email@example.com), or Mr. Keith Seymour at firstname.lastname@example.org. They may also go to the Knights of Columbus website at www.kofc6892.0rg.