Pocketbook Bingo

The Westfield Area YMCA is hosting Pocketbook Bingo to benefit the Westfield Area YMCA’s Annual Support Campaign.

Members and the community are welcome to enjoy a great evening out and chances to go home with designer pocketbooks all for a good cause! 

A contribution of $35 benefits the Y’s direct financial assistance program and includes 10 games of Bingo, a door prize ticket, dessert and coffee.  Pocketbooks have retail values of $140-$375 and include Michael Kors, Coach and Kate Spade.   A 50/50 raffle and extra games and daubers will be available. Participants can bring their own hors d'oeuvres and BYOB. 

The Annual Support Campaign, ensures that no one experiencing a bona fide financial hardship that lives or works in Westfield, Cranford, Garwood or Mountainside is turned away for inability to pay. The majority of awards enable participation in the Y’s early learning, school age and summer day camp programs.

Interested participants can register in advance at the Welcome Center located at the Main Y facility, 220 Clark Street or online to guarantee your spot.

Contact Information
  1. Bonnie Cohen
  2. 908-301-9622
  3. bcohen@westfieldynj.org
Fri, April 13
7:00 pm — 9:30 pm
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The Westfield Area YMCA is hosting Pocketbook Bingo to benefit the Westfield Area YMCA’s Annual Support Campaign.

Members and the community are welcome to enjoy a great evening out and chances to go home with designer pocketbooks all for a good cause!

A contribution of $35 benefits the Y’s direct financial assistance program and includes 10 games of Bingo, a door ...

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