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FUNDSY Triple Crown Event at JUMP

FUNDSY is excited to announce a new special event to kick off fundraising efforts for our 2019/2020 beneficiary, The Peregrine Fund – World Center for Birds of Prey!

Put on your horse racing attire, grab a mint julep, play money, and join us for an evening of fun and horse racing to benefit a great cause! Pre-recorded horse racing televisions and betting is provided by A Night at the Races, then enter to win some fantastic raffle prizes, or take part in a live auction for incredible vacation packages!

The event will feature appetizers and open seating, with a few reserved tables for event sponsors.

The event will be held Thursday, May 16th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm in the Pioneer Room at JUMP.

Individual registration is $125 per person and includes a 12-month family membership to The World Center for Birds of Prey and a complimentary cocktail sponsored by 44° North Vodka. $25 in play money is included in your registration.

LIVE AUCTION FOR INCREDIBLE VACATION PACKAGES!

COMPLIMENTARY CRAFT COCKTAIL FROM 44° VOKDA

EVERY REGISTRATION RECEIVES A 12-MONTH WORLD CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY MEMBERSHIP

WHEN

Thursday, May 16th
6 – 10pm

WHERE

JUMP – Pioneer Room
1000 W Myrtle Street
Boise, ID 83702

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Registration

Register for the FUNDSY Triple Crown event using the form below. For sponsorships or multiple tickets, please list the names of guests if available, but this is not required. If there are any questions, please contact thomas.h.murata@gmail.com.

Introducing FUNDSY's 2019/20 Beneficiary!

The World Center for Birds of Prey is the heartbeat of The Peregrine Fund’s education program. Located in Boise, ID, which is one of the most densely populated raptor regions in the world, it is an international destination for 50,000+ people a year. Visitors experience raptors up close and personally through live, daily raptor demonstrations and interactions with staff, volunteers, and exhibits that create a deeper understanding of these incredible birds and our role in conserving them for future generations. The Center provides free school tours for more than 5,000 students annually engaging students in STEM learning that focuses on the scientific method through the lens of The Peregrine Fund’s global conservation projects.

This event and the FUNDSY Golf Tournament the following day will kick start capital improvement for the Global Raptor Education Center. Upon completion, the Education Center will expand its student visit capabilities from 5,000 annually to over 10,000 student visits annually.