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4th Annual Snow Bash Fundraiser Seeks 2020 Sponsors and Vendors

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on November 6, 2020

The SEED Foundation of Hernando County is confirming its 4th Annual Snow Bash fundraising event featuring sledding down real snow on Saturday, November 28th from 10 AM-2 PM at Sand Hill Scout Reservation, 11210 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34613.

4th Annual Snow Bash Fundraiser Seeks 2020 Sponsors and Vendors

Four final sponsorship levels are available! Because the decision to move forward with hosting Snow Bash had been delayed until Phase 3 was announced for our state on September 25th, the foundation is now in urgent need of securing final sponsors and vendors. “Donations of all sizes are requested, including a local business that will be featured as our headlining snow sponsor. There’s still time to secure these spots and join other sponsors including Comfort Control Specialists and Urban Air Adventure Park, to gain all of the media exposure we have planned for your business” says President of the Foundation, Judy Mastro.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, The SEED Foundation felt this outdoor, holiday community event was integral to lifting the spirits of children and families in Hernando and surrounding Counties, now more than ever. It’s been confirmed that other area fundraising and community events which have featured real snow such as Grinchmas in Crystal River and Dr. Unger’s Winterfest in New Port Richey have been canceled for 2020.

Snow Bash will be the only fundraising event between Citrus, Hernando, and Pasco Counties that will remain on 2020 calendars and bring snow to the area for this one-day event.

For the Snow Bash sponsor and vendor application, visit www.TheSEEDFoundation.org or Facebook events @Snow Bash 2020 for a direct link to the application.

About The SEED Foundation:

            The SEED Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization serving working class families who fall on hard times, regardless of their religious preferences, political views, or ethnicity. The vision of The SEED Foundation is to unify communities and provide short-term assistance to those who otherwise do not qualify for public assistance.

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