JFK High School Students help CP Nassau with their own Trivia Challenge!

Dec 27, 2022 | Blog, Community, In the News

The Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County would like to thank the Students and Faculty of John F. Kennedy High School in Bellmore, NY for helping raise money for the Agency by holding a Trivia Competition at the school. Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the CP Nassau Trivia Challenge was not held the past 2 years, but the school took the initiative again this year to run their own Trivia Challenge internally to benefit the Agency. They made it a great fun event with some teams dressing in costumes for an extra point and collecting donations for the Agency. This was the second time JFK HS ran their own event, the first time back in April they raised $800. This time they managed to raise over $1,000 and a large bag of donated items for CP Nassau to sell at their Ebay store. We greatly appreciate their efforts, and we hope to run our annual Trivia Challenge next year. The items they donated included video games, movies and more. These items will be available for sale on our Benefitucpnassau Ebay store from the link below. All proceeds benefit CPNassau!

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