The St Lawrence Society’s 3rd annual “Big Cash Charity Raffle” benefited Kids in Crisis & River House/Greenwich Adult Day Care as the recipients of $3,500.00 each.
Due to COVID concerns, they were unable to hold our annual raffle at The Feast of St Lawrence Celebration scheduled for Friday August 7.
However, they were able to hold the raffle drawing on Columbus Day.
They also had a virtual presentation of their Columbus Day Honorees, Bea and Peter Crumbine.
Approximately 25 masked and safely distanced spectators were present to witness the presentation and drawing.
They also live-streamed the event on Facebook with hundreds of viewers tuning in to join the fun and excitement.
Tod Laudonia, President of the St Lawrence Society, presented checks to River House/Greenwich Adult Day Care and Kids in Crisis on December 2.
During this especially difficult year, the St Lawrence Society is once again honored to be able to support such valuable in-town resources as Kids in Crisis and River House/Greenwich Adult Day Care.
“We are humbled and grateful to our incredibly generous community for their raffle contributions,” the St Lawrence Society said in a release.