Volunteers Needed Chicago – July 5th – to Raise Funds for Two Charities and Make a World Record A
The Chicago Fishing School needs volunteers Friday, July 5th – Saturday, July 6th to help in our annual fundraiser. Volunteers Needed Chicago!
We will be counting fish caught live in a Guinness World Record attempt and fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House & Wounded Warrior Project. Anyone helping with a 2 hour shift will be entered to win prizes, fishing tackle and gift certificates. If your shift takes place between 7 p.m. – 7 a.m. you will be entered twice in our thank you prize drawing.
Our fundraiser will take place in Oak Brook Terrace, IL starting at 7 a.m. July 5th and ending 7:30 a.m. If you are in the Chicago area – volunteers needed Chicago. The event will be located directly behind REI off of 22nd Street (just West of Route 83 on the right-hand side). Towards the back of the parking lot there is a gate on the right – you will see us there. The fishing fundraiser event is located at the Lake View Nature Center in Oakbrook, Terrace, IL, July 5th – July 6th (7:30 a.m. kick-off and ending 7:30 a.m. Sat, July 6th).
Please offer some time with yourself, kids, family, friends or neighbors Friday, July 5th – July 6th volunteering. There will be snacks and drinks available to our fish judges. This is a great family event for the weekend. Please call to volunteer for a shift with the time you are available to 630-235-2162.
Volunteering is simple work for anyone ages 10 and up. Your shifts will be easy, checking boxes for each fish caught, marking the time they were caught and weight. Be a part of a fundraiser and exciting activity as Johnny tries to best the Guinness World Record® for most fish caught in 24 hours. Watch as fish are caught in rapid fashion, logged and counted towards the goal of catching the most fish in one day.
To donate, you can pledge an amount prior to the event at 630-235-2162. Donors can pledge an amount per fish prior to the event or donate a flat amount. Please make any donation checks directly out to Ronald McDonald House or Wounded Warrior Project.