Throughout the year, the Center for Prevention of Abuse participates in and hosts a variety of special events and fundraisers. We invite you to mark your calendars, join us, and help us build a safe and peaceful community. All funds raised stay local and go directly toward client services.
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The Duck Race is CFPA’s signature fundraiser and the success of the Race is essential in raising funds to help all people live free from violence and abuse. CFPA’s Duck Race is the longest running Duck Race in history and this year, we celebrate the 30th anniversary. On August 25, more than 30,000 rubber ducks will race down a giant water slide in East Peoria and the first 30 ducks to cross the finish line win a prize for their owner. Prizes range from a cash grand prize, to overnight hotels stays, travel packages, fine jewelry, gift cards, furniture, and more. Ducks are available for sponsorship beginning June 7 by visiting www.duckracepeoria.com. For more information about sponsorship and underwriting opportunities or for general inquiries, please reach out to the Marketing team at 309-691-0551. For information about volunteering, click here.
The Caterpillar Asian Indian Community (CAIC) and Mythili Dance Academy (MDA) are proud to present “Tale of The Anklets” – a mega dance musical to benefit the Center for Prevention of Abuse (CFPA) on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Washington Five Points in Washington, IL. MDA’s mission is to collaborate with diverse dance communities and raise funds for important causes. This year, more than 100 dancers ranging from ballet, traditional Indian dance, Chinese dance, Mediterranean dance, and more will come together to put on a spectacular performance celebrating the Indian folk tale, “Tale of The Anklets.” Tickets are available here.
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