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Stand Up for Kids holding benefit for homeless youth in Chicago at Dunlays

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This year, celebrate the Super Bowl by giving back. The Chicago chapter of Stand Up For Kids, a nonprofit volunteer organization providing outreach and support to homeless youth, is hosting a Super Bowl party at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2 at Dunlays on the Square, 3137 W. Logan Boulevard. A portion of the proceeds from the $100-per-person package for all you can eat and drink will be donated to this nonprofit.

This private party package includes all food (Mac 'n Cheese, Smoke Daddy pulled pork, cheeseburger sliders, edamame and cilantro hummus, beer cheese, and smoked BBQ hot wings), drinks, tax and gratuity. There will be a silent auction and raffles as well, including Blackhawk tickets. The party won’t stop until the game ends.

Tax-deductible tickets are $100. Partygoers are encouraged to prepay online to reserve their space for this private party that is limited to the first 100 guests to ensure comfortable accommodations. .

Stand Up For Kids provides meals, clothing, and camaraderie to Chicago youth who are living on the streets. Its mission is to provide crisis intervention and basic survival necessities for at-risk and homeless youth.

Tickets can be purchased online at Dunlays on the Square.


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