Cure Bowl giveback program to benefit community organizations

Organizations can have 50% of purchased tickets given back

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Organizations looking to raise money for their causes will have new incentive this year to buy tickets for the Cure Bowl.

Organizers of the Cure Bowl announced the Cure Bowl Giveback program, where 50% of every ticket purchased will go back to charitable organizations. 

The program is open for nonprofits, 501(c)(3) organizations and other groups such as PTAs and youth sports teams. 

Organizations that participate will be mentioned at the big game.

“As a non-profit organization that is dedicated to raising funds for cancer research, the Orlando Sports Foundation understands that we couldn’t do this without our fundraising efforts by the entire community,” said OSF CEO Alan Gooch. “We want to do our part in the Central Florida community and support other organizations locally to achieve their goals.”

Those who want to find out more can go to curebowl.com/giveback or call 407-235-3925.