After-School All-Stars Holds High-Rise Stair Climb titled “Climb 4 Kids”

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Contact:
Melissa Neubart
After-School All-Stars
973-556-8121
melissa@as-as.org

After-School All-Stars Holds High-Rise Stair Climb titled “Climb 4 Kids”
The nation’s largest school-based after-school program holds athletic fundraiser at
4 World Trade Center this fall

New York City, New York: Taking place on October 22, 2015, After-School All-Stars is holding their first high-rise stair climb at 4 World Trade Center. 400 athletes will trek their way up 68 floors or 1,000 steps, to the top of the building. The event will support the New York and Newark chapters of After-School All-Stars, a national after-school program that provides comprehensive school-based out-of-school time programs to nearly 80,000 participants at more than 360 schools throughout the United States.

All are invited to take part in the event. Registration is free to each participant, though climbers are required to raise money from family and friends prior to the climb date. However, individuals are encouraged and incentivized to go above and beyond to raise additional funds. The top fundraising team will win a night at the Maserati of Manhattan. A raffle will also take place at the event with the winner taking a Maserati home for the weekend. To find out more, visit www.crowdrise.com/AllStarClimb4Kids

The Date
Thursday, October 22, 2015

The Time
Registration Opens at 4:00 pm
Climb Starts at 5:00 pm
Celebration begins at 6:00 pm

The After-Party
We invite our climbers, virtual climbers, and sponsors for a celebration on the 68th Floor of 4 WTC with DJ Peter Rosenberg of Hot 97!

The Location
4 World Trade Center

About After-School All-Stars
Founded in 1992, After-School All-Stars (ASAS) is a leading national provider of year-round, school-based, comprehensive afterschool programs. The organization’s mission is to keep children safe and help them succeed in school and in life. Every school day, students in low-income communities have access to free programs that offer academic support, enrichment opportunities, and health and fitness activities. Nearly 90,000 children from 17 U.S. regions benefit: ASAS serves Atlanta, Chicago, Hawaii, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Newark, New York, North Texas, Ohio, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, South Florida and Washington, D.C., and, beginning in Fall 2014, Newark and Philadelphia. For more information, visit www.as-as.org.

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