Be A Claus For A Cause This Holiday Season
3rd Annual Santa Walk, Sunday December 2nd, 2012
At The Westfield Topanga Mall
This event is open to kids, parents, families, co-workers, friends, everyone!
December 02, 2012 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Westfield Topanga Mall
6600 Topanga Canyon
Canoga Park, California
$25 for adults
$15 for Children & Students
Your registration to the event includes a 5-piece Santa Suit, yours to keep! Plus prizes, entertainment and a day full of fun. All proceeds raised will go to benefit special needs children throughout Southern California.
Schools, Sports Teams, Boys & Girls Clubs, Scouts, Spirit Squads, (any organizations that benefit children & teens) contact Variety at (323) 655-1547 to learn how you can use this event to raise money for YOUR organization.
Our goal for the 2012 Santa Walk
To reach our fundraising goal, we are encouraging all of our Variety Santa Walk participants to raise pledges for their walk. The more sponsors you find to support you, the more lives you will be brightening this Holiday. There will be great prizes for the people with the highest pledges raised!
Sponsorship/Fundraising Donations can be made online at www.regonline.com/santawalk2012donations
The walk route will be at Westfield Topanga Mall. More information on the specific walk route will be available closer to the event date.
The Santa suits are “one size fits all”. They are a medium weight red felt which is intended for a one-time use. We will provide scissors, ribbon, safety pins, etc. to help you “tailor” your suit the day of the event. You will also be able to pick up your suit ahead of time (we will email you dates and location of pre-pick up opportunities) and you can customize your suit before December 2nd.
Variety – the Children’s Charity of Southern California
Founded in 1941, is a 501(c)3 organization made up of men and women primarily in the entertainment industry who raise the much-needed funds to provide lifesaving support for disabled, abused, physically-challenged and underprivileged children in the Southern California community. Last year alone, Variety of Southern California provided over half a million dollars in grants directly to organizations and individuals in some of the most under-represented and economically challenged areas of California. For more information visit www.varietysocal.org