3rd Annual Tee Jay Football & Vikings Fund Fundraiser

Join the Tee Jay Vikings Fund for dinner on Thursday August 20th 2015 as we help raise funds for the football team!

Tickets are on sale now for the dinner, which will include live and silent auctions, and other charitable activities to support the Tee Jay Vikings Fund’s mission to focus on philanthropic and financial support of interests in areas of scholastics, athletics, music, art, and science for Thomas Jefferson High School.  Silent auction items include: $100 gift certificate to Chez Max, gift certificates to Capital Ale House, Southern Railway, The Tin Pan; cheese and chocolate party for 6 at the Melting Pot, a one year membership to the Science Museum, race tickets to RIR, a Hilton Head vacation, plus much more!  Proceeds from this event will go towards the purchase of new equipment for the 2015 football team.

This seated dinner will take place from 6:30PM-9:30PM at the Westminster Presbyterian Church (4103 Monument Avenue Richmond, VA 23230).  Google map link here.

Tickets can be purchased through our Eventbright page for $50 in advance or $60 at the door.  For further questions about this event please contact us through our website contact form.

We are currently accepting donated items for the auctions.  A donation of $100 will receive a full-page ad in the event program.  A $450 donation includes dinner for six guests, a full-page ad, and space for your company’s ad on our website for a year.  Tee Jay Vikings Fund is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization.  A $40 portion of your $50 ticket and your auction item donation are tax deductible (EIN 45-51649).


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