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Tallest Tailgate 2012

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 80 E Randolph St Fl 200 Chicago IL 60601  See map

Chicagoans are invited to enjoy a unique charity event to support Rainbows For All Children, the international nonprofit that helps children and teens grieve and grow after loss.

 

Rainbows For All Children is proud to be the featured charity at Chicago’s Annual ClubCorp Charity Classic on Sept. 5, 2012 called the Tallest Tailgate to kick off the NFL season at the Mid-America Club.  Football fans and philanthropists are invited to experience the excitement of the upcoming season while supporting Rainbows For All Children.
 
A 360- degree view of the city will play as the backdrop to the one-of-a-kind themed tailgate.  The event features tailgate cuisine, beer, cocktails, games, live entertainment and a silent auction.  The tailgate takes place 6–10 p.m. on Sept. 5.  Tickets are $45 in advance and $55 at the door.
 
 To participate or to sign up for this event, please visit www.clubcorpcharityclassic.com and click on Chicago or call the club at 312-861-1100.

 

More about Rainbows For All Children

Rainbows For All Children is an international, nonprofit organization that fosters emotional healing for children grieving a loss or life-altering crisis.  Since 1983, Rainbows has helped more than 2.6 million children in the wake of their personal or community tragedies.  Rainbows forms partnerships with schools, faith communities and social service agencies so they may establish grief support groups and help vulnerable children.  Rainbows developed eight age-appropriate curricula and an extensive, interactive online training for the site’s volunteers.

 

 

The goals include helping children to develop and strengthen coping skills, learn appropriate behavior and anger management, alleviate depression, and reduce emotional pain and suffering.  These coping tools will build the confidence and self-esteem of these hurting children, improve communication in their families and peer relationships, prevent destructive behaviors such as involvement with gangs, alcohol and drug abuse, and ultimately improve school attendance and academic performance.

 

For more information about Rainbows For All Children, please visit www.rainbows.org, like Rainbows on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/rainbowsforkids, or follow Rainbows on Twitter at www.twitter.com/rainbowsforkids

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