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Third Party Events


 

Thank you for your interest in organizing a third-party community fundraising event to benefit Blythedale Children's Hospital. 

A third-party fundraiser is an event to benefit Blythedale Children’s Hospital that is completely sponsored and organized by an individual, company or organization other than Blythedale. Your ideas and your leadership will raise money for the children at Blythedale, while exposing new friends to our mission. To create your own third-party event all you need is a passion to help children and a little creativity (click here for some event ideas!)

Every year, many kind people hold third-party events for Blythedale.  In joining this generous group of individuals, you become an ambassador and representative of Blythedale. We are truly grateful for your support. To ensure the best possible outcome for your event, we have developed event guidelines and an event application that will help keep your fundraiser aligned with our mission and image

To get started, please check out the list of Frequently Asked Questions, and when you are ready to go, complete the Third Party Event Application. This application helps Blythedale Children’s Hospital monitor requests for third party events and ensures donors be thanked and receive tax information. The event application must be approved before you hold your event so please submit it as early as possible in the planning process.  It takes 7-10 business days for approval. 


 


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