Rally for Respite Pickleball Fundraiser

  Aug 18, 2024

Join us on Sunday, August 18, 2024 for 

The Boulevard's Rally for Respite Pickleball Fundraiser! 

Presented by The Boulevard's Associate Board

 Clark Street Pickleball
2352 N Clark St · Chicago, IL 60614

11:15 to 11:30 am: Registration
11:30 am to 3 pm: Tournament Play

TOURNAMENT ENTRY

Includes: Entry to the tournament for one team (two people); a minimum of two games in the double elimination tournament; two food tickets; four drink tickets


SPECTATOR TICKETS

Includes: Entry to the venue viewing area; one food ticket; two drink tickets




DONATE HERE

Can't make it on August 18th? You can still support The Boulevard's mission by making a donation today.




FAQ

Q: What if I don't own a pickleball paddle?

A: No worries! Paddles and balls will be available on-site for free!

Q: How long will each game be?

A: Each game will be played up to 11 points (win by 2) or a maximum of 15 minutes.

Q: How many games will I play?

A: Each team is guaranteed a minimum of two games.

Q: Where do I collect my food and drink tickets?

A: Food and drink tickets will be available at registration and available for collection throughout the tournament.

Q: What if I want more than one food or drink ticket?

A: Additional food and drink tickets will be available for purchase on-site.

Q: What food and drinks will be served at the event?

A: Food will include standard concession options and drinks will include a beer and seltzer option. One food ticket counts for one food item and one drink ticket counts for one drink. Additional tickets can be purchased on-site.

Q: What is The Boulevard of Chicago?

A: The Boulevard of Chicago is a nonprofit that provides high quality, cost-effective medical respite care, holistic support and housing services to help ill and injured homeless adults break the cycle of homelessness, restore their health and rebuild their lives.

Q: What is medical respite care?

A: Medical respite care is short-term housing combined with health services that allows individuals experiencing homelessness the opportunity to rest, recover, and heal in a safe environment while accessing medical care and other supportive services.

Q: What is The Boulevard's Associate Board?

A: The Boulevard's Associate Board (AB) is our young professionals board. They're a group of energetic and interactive people who are passionate about philanthropy and volunteering and want to make a difference in our community.


Have more questions? Contact Bridget Halleran at bhalleran@healthscape.com