100 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60607
Join the Korean American Coalition of Chicago (KACC) at Brooklyn Boulders for a climbing event fundraiser on Saturday, August 17th!
Whether you are an avid climber or have never climbed before, come enjoy top roping and bouldering with KACC members and help support the Lincoln Park Community Shelter's mission to empower individuals facing homelessness. Every month, KACC needs to buy ingredients for the meals prepared and served to guests of the LPCS. This event will make an impact to an organization which provides shelter and programs to address the challenges of homelessness in the Chicagoland area.
Saturday, August 17, 2019 from 4:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Brooklyn Boulders, 100 S. Morgan St. Chicago, IL
We are in need of volunteers to help belay during this event! Are you belay certified at Brooklyn Boulders or know how to belay and willing to take a quick test? Please let us know so we know how many belayers to expect for the event. Belayers will get their fair share of climbing in during this event!
Schedule of Events:
4:30 pm: Registration
5:00 pm: 20-minute facility orientation
5:20 pm: Attendees will climb for a couple of hours
7:00 pm: Networking with light food & beverages
EARLY BIRD: $30 Non-member, $20 Member by 5pm, August 11th (Sunday)
REGULAR: $35 Non-member, $25 Member afterwards (no tickets at door)
KACC MEMBERSHIP: (1) Complete Online Form & (2) Remit $50 payment for dues.
MUST SIGN ONLINE WAIVER FORM:https://brooklynboulders.com/chicago/responsibility-code/
Attendees will receive:
- Access to Brooklyn Boulders Facility
- Climbing gear and shoes
- Staff belayers will be available to help belay on the ropes
- Post-climbing food and beverages
- Opportunity to learn about and obtain KACC Membership
- A great experience with wall climbing!
More about the Lincoln Park Community Shelter: LPCS brings communities together to empower individuals facing homelessness and poverty to secure stable housing and make sustainable life changes. Truly a community-based organization, LPCS is primarily privately funded, supported largely by community donations, and has always been operated by the pool of more than 1,500 volunteers each year who serve their community in a variety of ways. Visit LPCS at www.lpcsonline.org.
Visit us on Facebook to learn more about KACC:www.facebook.com/kacchicago.
Questions about the event?
James Lim, jlim (at) kac-chicago (dot) org
Kathie Chong, kchong (a) kac-chicago (dot) org
All event attendees grant KACC and its designees permission to utilize their image or likeness in connection with any live stream or recorded transmission or reproduction of the event, including the promotion thereof, in all media, worldwide, and in perpetuity.