Fundraising For ADS
Alcohol and Drug Services has held several fundraisers in recent years to increase revenue for our programs and daily operations. If you are a local civic group, organization, business, or even a church or private individual, you can hold your own fundraiser to support the work that we do with children, teens, and adults! We would be thrilled and sincerely grateful to have your support.
There are numerous ways to raise funds for our agency through bake-offs, cookouts, local concerts, raffles, walk-a-thons and marathons, auctions, yard sales, Friday dress down days, contests, and donation drives at your place of business for employees who would like to support ADS’ work in the community.
If you are interested in holding a fundraiser for Alcohol & Drug Services, please send us a note using the form on the right.
Thank you for your support. We look forward to hearing from you!
Read about the Annual ADS Diamonds & Denim Benefit Event
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