Thankful Thursday Fall 2019 Calendar
It's almost time to kick off a new season of Thankful Thursday, at the smoke-free Beacon Club!
We’re back Thursday nights for the Fall 2019 season with our friends at Tito’s Vodka as we add to over $1.5 million you’ve helped raise for local charities – and as always, Thankful is the only event of its kind that gives 100% of the proceeds to local organizations doing good things for our community. Join us on Thursday nights starting September 12th. Every Thursday there is a chance to win $500 in the bottle draw just for being in the room, and Tito’s will generously give the same amount to EACH of our charities to start them off.
There is a Free Tito’s cocktail for everyone 21+, but all ages are welcome to this family-friendly event.
Every Thankful Thursday includes a live auction, door prizes, 50/50 raffle, the Lucky Duck game and lots of fun & surprises along the way.
The party starts at 5 each night at the smoke-free Beacon, and the live auction gets underway around 6:30.
September 12-Jason's Friends: Jason's Friends' mission is to assist Wyoming families whose children suffer from childhood cancers or brain and spinal cord tumors by providing critical non-medical financial assistance, advocacy, and encouragement.
September 19-Parents Helping Parents WY: Parent's Helping Parents supports families through the process of special education services and how to communicate effectively with schools to be partners in their children's education and learning. They empower families to learn how to work through the system on their own to increase their children's academic success and achieve greater independence in life.
September 26-Science Zone: The Science Zone exists to inspire the mind, to delight the senses and to ignite a passion for the technical arts and sciences. The Science Zone utilizes innovative exhibits, programs, and outreach to promote informal science education throughout the State of Wyoming.
October 3-Casper Mountain Biathlon Club: Casper Mountain Biathlon Club’s mission is to provide opportunity and training for youth and adults of all abilities to achieve excellence through the sports of cross country skiing and rifle marksmanship. Casper Mountain Biathlon Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, a designated Paralympic Sport Club, U.S. Ski, and Snowboard club and a member club of the U.S. Biathlon Association.
October 10-Casper Family Connections: Casper Family Connections is a non-profit agency founded in order to provide children who are unable to live with one or both parents, a safe and conflict-free environment in which they may have a healthy contact with the non-custodial family through supervised visitation.
October 17-Antelope Health Center (formally Midwest Community Clinic): The Antelope Health Center offers many services, both to individuals and to local businesses. Services include a vaccine program as well as some simple labs (pregnancy tests, U/A, PT/INR, Strep testing, etc), blood draws, drug and alcohol screening, Workman’s Comp care and follow-up for our business clients, CDL drug screening and physicals.
October 24-Hunting With Heroes Wyoming: At Hunting with Heroes Wyoming, it’s their mission to give back to our nations disabled veterans by honoring them with unique hunting, fishing, and other outdoor experiences. They offer a progressive healing environment where disabled veterans are welcome and supported – a community where they can discover hope again, no matter what battles they continue to fight physically or emotionally.
October 31-Casper Community Greenhouse Project: The Casper Community Greenhouse Project's mission is to produce fresh and healthy local food for the Casper community in a way that educates and foster's community involvement.
November 7-Casper Youth Crisis Center: The Youth Crisis Center, Inc. (YCC) is a private, not-for-profit agency in Casper Wyoming which has provided emergency shelter and crisis intervention to children and families since 1982. YCC has also provided long term group home services to adolescents from 10-18 years of age since 1984.
November 14-Wyoming Cares: Wyoming CARES is a statewide 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable agency founded in 2001 for residents of Wyoming who may find it necessary to seek temporary assistance in times of need. Wyoming CARES targets the many Wyoming residents who often fall through the cracks of available assistance. Wyoming CARES helps Wyoming infants, children, youth, adults and senior citizens for medical and non-medical needs.
November 21-Turkey Shoot for Birds & Bucks: Always a Thankful Thursday favorite – this will be a night of constant firearm raffles, with a huge selection to choose from – all to raise cash to purchase frozen turkeys for distribution at this year’s Birds & Bucks Food Drive, via Wyoming Food For Thought Project and several partner food pantries serving Casper’s hungry.
After we finish with this slate of incredible charities – we’ll take our usual seasonal break for the holidays, and come back with the second round of charities starting January 9, which will be announced later in the Fall. If you’re a local non-profit helping others and would like to get more details, or be on the list for a future event – email us.