Peace Learning Center is excited to be 1 of 64 nonprofits chosen from 281 to take part in the 2016 Brackets for Good in Indianapolis! Last night we were so excited to be at the pep rally that was sponsored by Celadon.
Brackets for Good allows nonprofit organizations to compete in a March Madness style bracket competition to out fundraise their opponents.If you are interested in learning more about Brackets for Good, visit their website here.
The first round begins on Friday, February 26th.
Tip off is at 8:00 p.m. and the competition begins!
The ball is in our court until 7:59:59 p.m. on Friday, March 4th when the first round closes.
We need YOU on our team! How can you be a part of Team PLC during the Brackets for Good challenge?
1. Score Peace Learning Center points by donating directly through the Brackets for Good website. You can set up a profile through their website that will allow you to easily donate when the clock is running down. This is an absolutely secure website so no concerns about your credit card information being stolen. Remember, the only way we move on is to win the bracket and only donations through the official website count! For every dollar given, Team PLC scores!
1 point = $1
2. Sink those buzzer beaters! When you go to donate directly through the Brackets for Good website you will be given the option to make your donation a “buzzer beater.” These shots, like in basketball, can make or break a game. When you choose to make your donation a buzzer beater it doubles or triples your donation in the last few seconds before the round ends. Will you be our clutch player?
3. Share your support for Peace Learning Center on social media. Find us on our Facebook page, Peace Learning Center, our Instagram: @peacelearning and our Twitter: @peacelearning. Don’t forget to use the following hashtags: #BFGIndy #IamPLC #PLCSquadGoals
Thank you so much for being a part of Team PLC as we head in to the tournament. Be sure to check our social media regularly for updates on how we’re doing in the competition. Live play-by-plays will be available through twitter when the tournament begins.