ATG Learning Academy to Host Second-Annual Charity Bingo to Benefit Students with Learning Differences

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Nearly $3,000 worth of prizes, ranging from Taylor Swift tickets and Eagles memorabilia to designer bags and novelty gift baskets, to be awarded at second-annual bingo fundraiser on April 14 at Warminster, Pa. VFW to raise money for students with learning differences.

Bucks County's ATG Learning Academy, a licensed 501(c)(3) Private Academic & Neuroplasticity School, to host second-annual charity bingo April 14 at Warminster VFW.

Bucks County's ATG Learning Academy, a licensed 501(c)(3) Private Academic & Neuroplasticity School, to host second-annual charity bingo April 14 at Warminster VFW.

“It’s going to be a fun night for guys and girls alike, and a unique date for couples.” — Kathleen Smookler, Head of School, ATG Learning Academy

ATG Learning Academy, a licensed 501(c)(3) Private Academic and Neuroplasticity School in Bucks County serving grades 1-12, will host its second-annual bingo fundraiser on April 14 to raise money for students with learning differences.

Whether you’re looking to score Taylor Swift tickets, Phillies and Eagles memorabilia, or a ‘City Brew Tour,’ this year’s his-and-hers theme, as the school has described it, means there’s a little something for everyone on the prize table.

“We’ll have prizes valued all the way up to $250. But you can’t win if you don’t play,” quipped Kathleen Smookler, Head of School, ATG Learning Academy. “It’s going to be a fun night for guys and girls alike, and a unique date for couples.”

The school selected this year’s “Romeo & Juliet” theme as a way to promote the event to people of all genders, interests and tastes. Like popular designer bag-themed bingos, players will have the opportunity to play for purses with labels like Michael Kors and Coach. For guys and families, prizes such as a grilling basket, a whiskey and cigars basket, Hershey Park tickets, and indoor skydiving passes will be up for grabs.

Each prize is a donation from one of dozens of reputable Central Bucks businesses who have rallied around ATG’s mission to help children of all cognitive abilities “achieve their goals.”

Sponsors of ATG’s second-annual charity bingo include Dermatology & Mohs Surgery Center, Flay’d Legendary Meats, The Paul Augustine Team, Burkee Climate Control, The UPS Store of Doylestown, Arch Signature Remodelers—and, of course, Warminster VFW Post No. 6493, who will host the event.

Proceeds directly benefit the students of ATG Learning Academy. All funds raised during the games will be used to purchase school supplies, improve the school’s learning environment, and create more opportunities for ATG students.

The event follows ATG’s first-ever charity bingo event, held in 2017, which raised nearly $3,000 for the school’s students.

“I’ll be there again for sure,” said Craig Anderson of Souderton, a winner in last year’s games. “The prizes are great, but it’s also just a load of fun. And I look forward to any chance to support [ATG].”

IF YOU GO
WHAT: Romeo & Juliet Bingo! ATG Learning Academy’s Second-Annual Charity Bingo Games
WHEN: April 14, 2018, 7-11 p.m.
WHERE: Douglas A. Post - Harry C. Wilson III Memorial Post No. 6493 (VFW Hall)
TICKETS: $30 in advance via EventBrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/romeo-juliet-bingo-tickets-44480199474), or $35 at the door

About ATG Learning Academy
Approximately one in five U.S. children have learning and attention issues that affect their ability to learn in conventional educational settings. Students with learning differences, particularly those in the public school system, are often at risk of not receiving the attention and personalized schooling they need to succeed. At ATG, students are taught the way they learn best, allowing them to unlock their full academic, cognitive and societal potential.

ATG Learning Academy specializes in individualized learning and support for children with processing disabilities. The school provides individualized learning in a safe environment, so students with learning differences can achieve their academic goals. As a licensed 501(c)(3) Private Academic and Neuroplasticity School, ATG depends on support of the community in order to provide the best setting for education possible for their students.

In addition to fundraising events, Central Bucks community members contribute to ATG throughout the year via corporate match and retail giving services such as AmazonSmile, Paypal, GoFundme, and Ammado. For more ways to donate, please visit ATGLearningAcademy.com/Support-ATG.

Thank you for supporting ATG.

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