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David Daggett Raises Thousands at This Year’s Big Chill Fundraiser

Daggett Shuler Personal Injury Lawyers and Attorneys Winston-Salem North Carolina Greensboro North Carolina David Daggett Big Chill Fundraiser Sitting on Ice

The Big Chill is an annual event held to help raise money for The Shalom Project, a local non-profit organization in Winston-Salem NC. The Shalom Project aims to make a lasting difference in poverty-stricken communities through programs designed to assist those with immediate needs.

The Big Chill is an annual fundraiser that brings the community together to help raise money for this amazing organization. Approximately 21 local celebrities attended this year’s event and were asked to sit on blocks of ice to help bring in donations. At the same time local churches, the Temple, and community organizations hosted an ice cream social to support the cause.

David explained, “This event helps encourage greater community engagement to relieve the effects of poverty in our community, helping those in need and strengthening the future of our city. It is a fun way to promote a good cause.”

David Daggett was thrilled to be able to participate and was even more excited to join in on the ice challenge. Thankfully, Daggett Shuler Attorney Thailer Buari joined David at the event to lend support, help generate donations, and even heckle David a little bit. We are excited to announce David was able to raise over $3,000 at this year’s Big Chill!

We would like to thank all of the volunteers, sponsors, community members, and local celebrities that came out to this year’s Big Chill fundraiser! With your help, we were able to exceed our fundraising goal this year and raise awareness for an amazing organization.

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