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2016 SNOWMAN SPLASH FUNDRAISER

The 2016 Snowman Splash is a fundraising event to raise money to sustain the drug prevention efforts of the Save Our Kids Coalition. The Save Our Kids Coalition is the drug prevention coalition of Warren County. Our mission is to educate and advocate for positive changes to protect our children and community from the harmful effects of all drugs. Our vision is a safe and drug free community where our children can reach their potential.

KICK-OFF BREAKFAST

Saturday, February 18th from 10:00-11:00 at KOA (1960 Three Springs Rd.)

Come get geared up for the Splash! Registered participants will check in and those who haven’t registered yet may do so at this time.

A $5 donation will get you hot chocolate, coffee, juice, milk and donuts!

FUNDRAISING MINIMUM AND DEADLINE

The fundraising minimum is $20.00 per person.

PARTICIPANT PRIZE INCENTIVES

If you wish to “opt-out” of prizes, you may do so (see commitment form to choose this option). The money that would have been spent on prizes will be directed towards the event cause.

Raise $125-$499

Snowman Splash towel and t-shirt

Raise $500-$999

Snowman Splash towel, t-shirt, fleece pullover, and travel mug

Raise $1000 or more

Snowman Splash towel, t-shirt, fleece pullover, travel mug and plaque

 

DEFINITIONS OF SNOWMAN VS SNOWFLAKE

Snowman: A snowman is a participant that commits to raising $20.00 and jumping in the icy water on New Year’s Day. Snowmen are eligible for incentive prizes and rewards based on the amount of money raised.

Snowflake: A snowflake is someone who wants to help raise money for the Save Our Kids Coalition, but has no intention of jumping in the icy water. The snowflake is a participant that commits to raising $20.00 and NOT jumping into the water on New Year’s Day. Snowflakes are eligible for incentive prizes and rewards based on the amount of money raised.                                                  

 

JUDGING AND AWARDS

In order to offer even more awards and prizes, there will be a panel of judges to score teams in the areas of: Costumes, amount of money raised, and team spirit.

Award Categories

Frosty the Snowman Award: Snowman who raises the most money.

Super Snowflake Award: Snowflake who raises the most money.

Super Soakers Award: Team who raises the most money (calculated by overall team total amount of money).

Costume Award: Best team or individual costume

Team Spirit: The team that looks like they are having the most fun supporting the cause.

CHECK-IN

In an effort to make the event day more fun and organized, we will be holding check-in immediately before the event at the Kick-Off Breakfast from 10:00-11:00. Teams and individuals will be able to check in during these times and enjoy breakfast before the big splash.

The purpose of check-in is to submit your pledge form and funds collected and receive your incentive prizes.

 

EVENT DAY DETAILS

Participants should arrive at KOA no later than 10:00 to check in and prepare for the pre-splash program to begin at 11:00.

EVENT DAY SUGGESTIONS

·        Come wearing you costumes. Be creative!!

·        Invite friends, family, and supporters. This is a big deal and everyone should come support you. It’ll be a great way to start the New Year!!!

·        Wear tennis or water shoes-the ground is cold!

·        Bring a plastic bag for wet clothes-and a change of dry clothes.

·        Bring a warm blanket to wrap up in after you jump.

·        Prepare yourself for a great time for a great cause!

 

DIRECTIONS - From Bowling Green: Turn onto Three Springs Rd. from Scottsville Rd.  KOA Campground is located at 1960 Three Springs Rd. across from Basil Griffin Park.