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2nd ANNUAL CRAB FEST TO BENEFIT RADNOR HEALTH CARE CHARITY HELP HOPE LIVE
RADNOR, Pa.—On Sunday, August 12, 2018, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., join the nonprofit Help Hope Live at St. Christopher’s Church in Gladwyne (226 Righters Mill Road) for its 2nd annual Crab Fest. Proceeds from the family-friendly event will benefit the nonprofit and its mission to support community-based fundraising for people with unmet medical and related expenses due to cell and organ transplants or catastrophic injuries and illnesses.
Advance tickets are just $45 before August 10 and include all-you-can-eat steamed blue crabs, fried chicken, and savory and sweet sides. Enjoy free non-alcoholic beverages with admission, including lemonade and iced tea, or purchase wine or beers from Levante Brewing Co. and Victory Brewing Co. for $5 each. Purchase a $15 wristband for you all-you-can-drink wine and beer. The event will feature live music, raffles, and outdoor fun for all ages. Get your tickets online at http://bit.ly/CrabFest2018. Tickets for children six to 12 are just $15. Free admission for children five and under! Enjoy savings when you purchase a family four-pack (two adults and two children under 12) for $105. Tickets will be available at the door for $60 each.
Proceeds from Crab Fest 2018 benefit Help Hope Live thanks to our generous sponsors: Herr’s, Swiss Farms, Main Line Spring Water, Giant, John Serock Catering, Levante Brewing Company, and Victory Brewing Company.
Learn more about the event at helphopelive.org. Can’t make it, but want to help families across the country who are facing a life-changing medical crisis? Make a tax-deductible donation to support the nonprofit at helphopelive.org.
Help Hope Live was founded in by a Villanova couple, a transplant surgeon and a nurse, who wanted to eliminate financial barriers to lifesaving organ transplants. Today, the national organization helps transplant patients and individuals living with catastrophic injuries and illnesses. Celebrating 35 years, Help Hope Live has helped more than $131 million to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses for 9,000 patients and families in medical crisis. ##Written by Emily Progin