November 28, 2023
What is Giving Tuesday? Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. Following in suit to the national movement, the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Foundation will provide a platform for some of the local non-profit organizations to talk about their missions and create an awareness of the role they fill in our community.
How does the B.G. Chamber of Commerce Foundation use my donation?
The BGCC Foundation is the organization who raises the funds necessary to continue the tradition of the Annual Holiday Parade and the BG Boom Festival and Fireworks. They also provide the Blood Analysis program for the community to receive a comprehensive blood analysis at a well discounted cost. In addition, this organization provides two scholarships to students pursuing higher education. This is the Foundation’s contribution to the community to add to the quality of life in Bowling Green.
How can you support the B.G. Chamber of Commerce Foundation on Giving Tuesday?
Start the day at the Biggby Coffee Remote Broadcast
Special Giving Tuesday addition of The Morning Show with Clint Corpe
6–9 a.m. Radio Remote at Biggby, 215 E. Wooster St. location. Everyone is welcome to stop in and meet our guests.
* ALL DAY Biggby is donating 50% of all sales to the BGCCF
6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Make a purchase of food, beverage, or merchandise at either of the Biggby Coffees in BG 215 E. Wooster St and 950 West Wooster Street inside Wood County Hospital in the main entrance.
*Matching Funds support from Darlene Petkwitz.
Darlene will match donations up to $1,000 and she does this in memory of Greg Kegler, who was instrumental in starting the Giving Tuesday Event.
* Visit our table at the Falcon Club Luncheon to pick up information.
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. We’ll be a part of the Falcon Club Luncheon and will share a little bit about the Foundation with the guests.
*ACT*BG Wreath Silent Auction at Brookdale Senior Living and the State Bank Gives Truck
4 – 7 p.m. State Bank to serve Sue Shank Cookies for a donation from the Gives Truck at Brookdale Senior Living Center 121 N. Wintergarden Road.
4 - 6:30 p.m. While you’re here be sure to go inside to see the beautiful wreath auction ACT BG organized. This wreath auction supports the Christmas Elves Program that will provide families in need with the necessities to make their holiday special.
*ALL DAY Bates Recycling
8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Bates Recycling will be donating a portion of all of today’s metal and aluminum recycling to the BG Boom Festival and Fireworks. 12729 Jerry City Road, Cygnet, OH. Call 419-655-2220 if you have questions
The BGCC Foundation has an ongoing program with Bates Recycling for aluminum cans. Just mention that you are dropping off the aluminum cans for this program and we will receive 10 cents of every pound collected. If your business or organization already collects your aluminum cans to be recycled we can work with Work Leads to Independence to potentially provide collection of these cans on a regular basis.
*Raffle for Five Tickets to the Toledo Ballet's Production of The Nutcracker
Win five tickets to The Toledo Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker, Sunday, December 10, 2023 2 pm performance. Seats are in row P in the Balcony. Raffle will open November 28th at 6 am to coincide with Giving Tuesday and Close December 1st at Noon. Tickets are $10 each or 3 for $25 and can be purchased here.