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Mayor of Hatfield’s Virtual Duck Race for One YMCA

Mar 1, 2024 | Recent News | 0 comments

Splash into the world of virtual excitement as we bring the curtain down on a year of fundraising for the Mayor’s chosen charity with a digital twist – presenting the Mayor of Hatfield’s Virtual Duck Race! Following the success of last year’s virtual balloon race, this event promises to be another thrilling experience for participants and serve as a crucial fundraiser for Councillor Aicken’s chosen charity, One YMCA.

Event Details:

  • 📅 Dates: March 11th – March 20th
  • 🎈 Cost per Duck: £3

Supporting One YMCA:
Purchasing a duck balloon contributes directly to One YMCA’s efforts in bringing support to the people of Hatfield and the surrounding areas. By participating in this race, you are helping to provide accommodation, education, and wellbeing services to those in need, fostering positive change in the community.

How to Participate:
Visit https://www.balloonrace.net/htcw, or click the button below, to purchase your ducks and secure your place. Feel free to buy as many ducks as you wish – each one brings us closer to making a lasting impact!

Prizes and Incentives:
It’s not all about giving and not receiving. A £50 Tesco voucher is up for grabs for the winner!

Spread the Word:
Share the news with friends and family, and encourage them to join in the fun in contributing to the Mayor’s initiative for a better community.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to combine entertainment with a charitable cause. The Mayor of Hatfield’s Virtual Duck Race is not just about racing ducks; it’s about racing towards positive change. Get your ducks in a row and be a part of this impactful event!

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