Cook-out for Kids BBQ Fundraiser

The Epworth Children’s Home Alumni Association’s 9th annual “Cookout for Kids” fundraiser features barbecue fresh off the grill, homemade baked goods, live music, and vintage automobiles.

Saturday April 8, 2017
11:00am to 3:00pm
on Epworth’s campus.

(2900 Millwood Ave, Columbia, SC 29205)

Get Your BBQ

Chicken and pork plates are $10, kids plates $5, and whole Boston butts for $30 and orders may be eat-in or take-out, including a drive-thru line!  Homemade baked goods will be available for purchase from the Red Hat Honeys.  All purchases may be made at the event or pre-ordered by emailing epworthalumniassociation@gmail.com.

Fun for Everyone

Over 30 beautifully restored, vintage Model A Fords will be on display from the Palmetto A’s automobile club and racing sprint cars too!

Entertainment includes live music from Jellyroll & Delicious Dish as well as bounce houses, face painting and balloon art for children.  Come enjoy a beautiful spring day at Epworth!

It’s for the Kids!

The event is hosted by adults who spent some or all of their childhoods at Epworth.  For 121 years, Epworth alumni have transitioned from children from a disrupted childhood to become independent and successful adults.   Epworth alumni include business leaders, ministers, decorated military veterans and a wide spectrum of everyday successful citizens.  Through the “Cookout for Kids” the alumni return to the Epworth campus to give back to the place that helped raise them and provide for the next generation of children.  In addition to raising funds, the alumni make sure that every child at Epworth get a free BBQ meal and can enjoy the day as well!


Let us know you are attending by visiting out Facebook event page: 9th Annual Cookout for Kids BBQ


Volunteer

Volunteers are needed for the event.    If you are interested in volunteering as a cook team or to help with hospitality and service on Saturday, please contact epworthalumniassociation@gmail.com.  Barbecue cook teams will setup their own equipment on campus and cook all night to prepare barbecue for service on Saturday.  Saturday needs include fixing meals and drinks, working the drive-thru line, keep the dining area clean, and more.