SCC BASH 2020
A BASH Unlike Ever Before
In response to the pandemic, and for the safety of our students and supporters, we have chosen not to host our annual fundraiser, known as BASH, in-person this year. Instead, we will feature BASH in-a-box and a one-night virtual online event. Past attendees will receive a 2020 SCC BASH In-A-Box in the mail in August.
Each box will contain information on how constituents can register to join us for the Virtual BASH on Thursday, October 1st at 6:00 p.m. from the comfort of home. Each box will also include recipe cards for a one-of-a-kind meal designed by our SCC chefs that can be prepared in their own kitchens.
PLUS! We know that STRESSED spelled backwards is DESSERTS, and we all could use a little stress-free dessert right now. The boxes will include instructions for how to order dessert e-recipe cards with chef-lead instructional videos to prepare at home or the option to order pre-made desserts for pick-up prepared by the SCC Culinary Arts students.
This year, our goal is to raise $50,000 in support of our deserving student scholarships and student emergency assistance funds. We would like to ask for your generous support this year to help our students, as now more than ever students need our support. Together we can make a difference!
BASH In-A-Box Email Request
We don’t have any boxes left, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out! Provide your contact information here and we will send you an email containing a digital version of the items we included in our BASH boxes. Your email will include an introductory flyer, recipe cards, and a card about how to purchase dessert and participate in the raffle.
Purchase Dessert & Raffle Tickets
Visit our BASH website here to purchase your dessert or raffle tickets.
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- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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