ChadChange's Charity Fundraising Event For Children's Hospital At Erlanger Set For Jan. 9

Friday, December 11, 2020

ChadChange, Influencing the World through Positivity, Kindness, and Love, is hosting a charity fundraising event for Children’s Hospital at Erlanger on Saturday, Jan. 9, from 7-10 p.m. It will be held at Bluff View Arts District, McCullum House of the Bluff View Inn, 402 East 2nd St. 

To help with the cost for research, technology, and a new Children’s facility, ChadChange and several of TikTok’s Famous Inspirational Creators are coming together in support of Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, the hospital where da_chad’s daughter is currently receiving treatment for leukemia. 

The event will include dinner and drinks; live music and dancing; and auction and raffles There will also be a videographer, photo, and TikTok opps and meet and greet with TikTok creators including da_chad, Jon Collins, Bradon the Entertainer, Caliboy17, LeahforReal16, Perfectly Kelsey, CurtisWoods Chief Nitro and Okie Boy. 

Brandon Davis, country music singer, will give a live performance and Santa may make an appearance. 

There will be an After Event Get Together at Big Chill & Grill, located across the bridge from the Bluff View Arts District, at 103 Cherokee Blvd.

For information on tickets, hotels and more, visit dachad.life/upcoming-events.



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