15% of $20,000 goal
We Bee(r) Spelling for CASA
Thursday from 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM EDT
We Bee(r) Spelling returns to AC Beer Week 2020 at Bourre! This one of a kind comedy game show is back with Round 2! This year's event will benefit CASA, an amazing nonprofit organization that recruits, trains and coaches volunteers to be court advocates for children and youth living in foster care. Make a donation and come party with us to kick off AC Beer and Music Fest weekend by doing something great for the kids of South Jersey.
Atlantic City Beer Week is proud to present: We Bee(r) Spelling, a comedy game show and fundraiser supporting CASA! We Bee Spelling is what happens when you mash up a late night variety show and a comedy spelling bee. There's a live house band, comedian hosts and games that get progressively more ridiculous as the competition unfolds. Contestants' brains are put to the test and everyone in the audience has a say in the game by playing a "SABOTAGE!" forcing contestants to spell their words backwards, take a mystery shot or deal with a number of other distractions while trying to spell.
It's the wackiest spelling bee you've ever seen and the best part is, it's all for a good cause! The AC Beer & Music Fest has invited some of their brewery buds to square off in this competition to support our friends at CASA. All the spellers -- breweries and awesome humans -- are raising money to compete in the bee on April 2nd at Bourre. Pick a team to support (click their icon), buy tickets and/or make a donation to help them reach their fundraising goal.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties and its trained volunteers speak on behalf of abused and neglected children in the foster care system and are dedicated to ensuring these children are placed in safe permanent homes as quickly as possible.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is a nonprofit organization that recruits, trains and supports community volunteers to be court advocates for children living in foster care. Each year, hundreds of children in Atlantic and Cape May Counties are living in foster care because of abuse or neglect. A CASA volunteer is trained to ensure that each child has a voice and that their individual needs remain a priority throughout their case in an over-burdened welfare system for as long as it takes to find that child a safe, permanent home.