24 Hour Improv 2020

Our 19th annual 24-hour long improv and music marathon to benefit Poverty Alleviation Charities' Letters To Santa program will be live streaming right here beginning Tuesday December 22nd at 7pm central.

$33,725

484 supporters

$200,000 goal

Team Member

Donna Fulks

$395

by 7 supporters

Team Members

Donna

$395

7 supporters

Kirk

$3,925

8 supporters

Holly

$1,952

13 supporters

Stacey

$150

3 supporters

Jon

$100

1 supporter

Tim

$10

1 supporter

Amy

$10

1 supporter

Christian

$10

1 supporter

Patrick

$10

1 supporter

Event

DEC
22

24 Hour Improv 2020

Tuesday 7:00 PM - Wednesday 7:00 PM CST

Live Stream

Add to Calendar 2020-12-22 19:00:00 2020-12-23 19:00:00 America/Chicago 24 Hour Improv 2020 A 24 hour long benefit for Letters To Santa featuring legendary musicians and the worlds top improvisers.

This event will be livestreamed on our Givebutter page: https://givebutter.com/24HR

This event will be livestreamed on our Givebutter page: https://givebutter.com/24HR

A 24 hour long benefit for Letters To Santa featuring legendary musicians and the worlds top improvisers.

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Poverty Alleviation Charities

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Bring hope to a family living in poverty

More than 100 players will perform during this extraordinary event to raise awareness about poverty and enough money to change the lives of hundreds of families who won't see it coming.  Your generous donation will help bring no strings attached cash and gifts to families living in poverty.  

Learn more at unconditionalgiving.org


100% of your donation is used in direct program initiatives!

We fundraise separately for our annual operating budget so that all other donors can give knowing that their entire gift will have a direct path to it’s charitable purpose.


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