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Super Bowl party to benefit three charities

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Broncos fans and Seahawks fans alike will want to attend Generation Give’s 4th annual Super Celebration.

The Celebration, on February 2 at the Mission Viejo Country Club, is a Super Bowl party to benefit South County Outreach, The California Parkinson’s Group and Mission Within Reach.

“It’s an exciting and fun day that helps support some amazing charities,” says Andrew Oberweger, who founded the non-profit Generation Give with Glenn Schmitt and Alan Fronke.

At Super Celebration, attendees can watch the Super Bowl on 80-inch TV’s, enjoy live music, wine, a buffet feast and craft beers. There will also be opportunity drawings, a silent auction and a football pool for cash and prizes.

“Generation Give helps raise money for other non-profits that are making a difference in their community through fundraisers and fun events,” says Oberweger. The organization focuses on feeding the hungry, children’s education and relief from suffering.

At this year’s Super Celebration, Oberweger said Generation Give will also be lauching a new program, Charity Championship Sunday. This program will help other non-profits raise funds for worthy causes during major sporting events that take place on Sundays.


Reservations are required for Super Celebration. Please visit or call 949-667-1436.



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