We’re Cooking up a Chuck Roast for Giving Hearts Day!
As odd as that sounds, it’s true! We plan to put a little fun into our Giving Hearts Day FUNdraiser, this year, by roasting our Executive Director, Chuck Clairmont, live via Zoom throughout the day. Chuck has so many friends and seems to know everyone, so we know there are plenty of stories, photos and “Chuckisms,” to share.
And YOU can participate!
Step 1:Schedule your Giving Hearts Day donation by February 9 to receive an exclusive invitation to our virtual CHUCK ROASTS.
Step 2:Join one of our Chuck Roasts on Giving Hearts Day, Thursday, February 11. We’ll send you a Zoom link to join one of four roasts taking place at 10am, 11am, 2pm and 4pm. This will be your chance to tell your funny story, share your photos and give us your best one-liners about Chuck. We’re hoping the day will be filled with many generous friends and lots of CHUCKLES.
Too shy to be a ROASTER? You can still donate to a good cause by scheduling your donation now or donating to the North Dakota Safety Council on Giving Hearts Day.
Step 3: Share your favorite roast on Facebook! All roasts will be recorded and posted to the NDSC’s Facebook page. Share and tag your friends to encourage them to donate.
How to SCHEDULE YOUR DONATION:
Donors can conveniently schedule online donations for GHD 2021 by making a donation at GivingHeartsDay.org anytime through Feb. 9, 2021. Although the “Pay on Giving Hearts Day, February 11th, 2021” box will be checked by default through February 9, please make sure it is selected before completing your transaction. Scheduled gifts will then be processed on Giving Hearts Day, Feb. 11.
Order A Chuck Roast Philly At The Stadium/Lodge
The Lodge/Stadium is renaming the Dakota Philly to the Chuck Roast Philly, after our Executive Director, Chuck Clairmont. This promotion starts Friday, January 29 and runs through Thursday, February 11. They’ll be donating a percent of proceeds, from every Chuck Roast Philly sold, to the North Dakota Safety Council on Giving Hearts Day, Thursday, February 11.
You get to eat good. The Lodge gets to do good.
Did You Know?
The North Dakota Safety Council is a non-profit
The North Dakota Safety Council Board is completely volunteer
Preventing Injuries and Save Lives
Donations allow us to create new training programs that prevent injuries and save lives
Thank You To Our 2021 Giving Hearts Day Matching Donors