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Enjoy A New Kind Of Fundraiser

Experience Civil Axe Throwing’s Axe Of Kindness

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We are AXE-cited to provide an invaluable experience to you and your organization to help raise money for your respective cause. It is the mission of Civil Axe Throwing to provide a fun group activity to our communities, and facilitate fundraising at the same time.

Advantages of holding an axe-throwing fundraiser:

  • It goes beyond traditional events
  • It is perfect for small or large groups
  • We can help in any of our locations across the United States
  • You can include almost any age group in this fun activity

Axe of Kindness is our community outreach program. Community outreach programs are a standard way for groups such as social service agencies, nonprofit groups, and churches or other religious groups to identify a certain need in its community and provide services to the people who need it the most.

The purpose of Axe of Kindness is to develop an event at Civil Axe Throwing to raise proceeds for your specific cause or need. Our team will work specifically with you to create this event and help spread the word on our social media platforms. With this partnership and your team’s assistance, we will be able to sell spots for the event at Civil Axe Throwing and generate NET proceeds toward your fundraising initiatives. Not only does this provide a great fundraising opportunity, but axe throwing is a great team building activity that your group will love!

Please fill out your contact information below and attach your company’s/group’s articles of incorporation or 501C(3) or tax-exempt documents. Once we receive this information and verify the documents, a Civil Axe Throwing Axepert will be in touch to create this unique opportunity to fundraise.

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