ACORN INSTITUTE CANADA
Come join us for a night of craft beer, trivia, food trucks, and social justice on our third-annual Trivial Beersuit.
(See more details on our EVENT PAGE)
GET YOUR TEAM TOGETHER:
- Gather your 5 closest friends and co-workers to create a team of six
- Register your team here using the "Create team" button and set up a team fundraising page
- Share you team page to fundraise!
- You’ll be provided with automatic tax receipts for all donations to ACORN's Leadership Program
THE NIGHT OF:
Doors open at 6PM, event runs until 10PM. Quicker registration if you bring tickets, but we've got it covered if you don't :)
The evening will include beer, trivia, food breaks, silent auction, and prizes throughout! Ottawa Trivia, Ottawa's official trivia hosts, are running the questions and DJ Rosco on the music.
Assemble your teams, wear costumes, hoist your mugs and your efforts will be rewarded! We’ve got prizes for:
- Most team funds raised
- Trivia Champion Prize
- Best Team Costume - lumber jacks, 70's tennis stars, etc.
- Best Team Spirit - write a song, a poem, or cheer
- Most individual funds raised
Food and drink:
We’ve got some of your favorite local vendors providing munchies for purchase! There will be a food voucher/ticket for one free snack, and bring cash if you’re feeling hungry.
Non-alcoholic drinks are free, special non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase funds are being donated to us - so bring the loonies! If you forgot your cash, don’t worry there’s an ATM on site and we're swiping credit cards too (we incur small charge so cash is better!).
Hit up any of the three tables to purchase tickets for beer for quick service!
Can’t wait to see you there!
ACORN Institute Canada (AIC) is a charitable organization with a mandate to address the deficiencies that affect low-income communities by providing research, training and one-on-one leadership development. Ottawa ACORN is one of our main offices and our mission is to represent and champion the interests of Ottawa’s low-income citizens on critical issues regarding social and economic justice. With our unique strategy of door-to-door community organizing and local one-on-one leadership development in Ottawa’s low-income neighborhoods, ACORN staff members work to mobilize low- and moderate-income families around progressive change. Find out more at www.acorncanada.org.