Dash n’ Bash FAQs

Dash n’ Bash FAQs

It is time for Prospect School’s Fourth Annual 
Dash n’ Bash

Friday, Sept. 28 – 4:00-6:30pm – Prospect Park 

Let’s raise some cash! Lace up your sneakers and participate in Prospect School’s fourth annual Dash n’ Bash. A 1K dash will be followed by a not-to-be-missed bash. This is our biggest fundraiser of the year, so we’re counting on a strong showing!  One hundred percent of proceeds will fund educational tools, programs and teacher requests. In addition, your generous support helps fund our PTO clubs and events throughout the year so that all students can participate.

Who should dash?

All current Prospect School students, grades K-5. The Dash is not open to parents or siblings, but the kids love having all of the cheerleaders along the race course!

Who should bash?

All Prospect School families, staff, neighbors and supporting sponsors! The bash will feature outdoor games and entertainment as well as food sponsored by area businesses.

How much does it cost?

  • $15 DASH registration fee enters student into the dash and includes magnet locker medallion and race t-shirt.
  • $15 pre-sale for all-inclusive BASH wristbands covers unlimited games, one entree, one dessert & drinks ($18 day-of-event cash only sales).
  • $5 food-only BASH wristbands cover one entree, one dessert & drinks.

How will we raise funds?

Sponsorships, family and community dash pledges, raffle tickets to sporting events, and after-party proceeds.

What is our fundraising goal?

  • Student fundraising goals: $50 per student
  • All donations are tax deductible.

Are there prizes? 

  • Yes! There are both classroom prizes and individual student prizes.
  • Additionally, there will be a raffle/auction open to ALL for select Chicago-area sporting events!

Interested in Sponsorship? 

We are always looking for family and business sponsorships! If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Dash n’ Bash sponsor, there is still time. Sponsor donations are due August 31. Please have anyone interested contact Krysten Thomas at krystent20@gmail.com

 

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