Scavenger hunt raises money for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Participants told News 12 that this was a great way to support the cause since most fundraising events were canceled due to the pandemic.

News 12 Staff

Oct 24, 2020, 10:32 PM

Updated 1,270 days ago

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A group of Brooklyn residents partnered with American Cancer Society for a scavenger hunt fundraising event.
Participating teams raised more than $250 toward the organization’s efforts to fight the disease. Using the CityHUNT app, they followed clues taking them around the Clinton Hill neighborhood to answer scavenger hunt questions.
Some of the tasks included dancing in a conga line in front of a restaurant, playing leap frog and forming a human pink breast cancer ribbon.
Participants told News 12 that this was a great way to support the cause since most fundraising events were canceled due to the pandemic.
Anyone who wants to get involved in the scavenger hunt can do so until the end of November.
Making Strides Neighborhood Experience with cityHUNT, click to watch



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