The Adventure Park is donating tickets to raise money for nonprofits. Here’s how that works

If you climb a tree, they'll plant a tree this weekend. (Southside Daily/courtesy of Virginia Aquarium Adventure Park Zip Line Facebook page)
If you climb a tree, they’ll plant a tree this weekend. (Southside Daily/courtesy of Virginia Aquarium Adventure Park Zip Line Facebook page)

VIRGINIA BEACH — The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium is donating tickets to nonprofits in the area for use in fundraising raffles and events.

In a recent news release, officials announced they’ve already donated “hundreds of tickets,” and more requests continue to flow in.

“Donating tickets to help Hampton Roads area nonprofit organizations with their fundraising efforts is important,” officials said.

Ticket recipients include, but are not limited to:

  • museums
  • schools
  • community organizations
  • public libraries
  • hospitals
  • food banks
  • parent-teacher organizations
  • athletic organizations

Supplies for a display including a table-top poster, information cards about the park, and a sample ticket come with the ticket donation presumably assisting in the organization’s fundraising efforts.

Nonprofits just need to apply online at least four weeks before their event to receive the tickets that would otherwise cost a visitor up to $59 per person.

The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium is known for its outdoor zip line and climbing courses where they’ll also hold special events like “Glow in the Park.” 

“Climb to music and lights,” the website reads.

To apply to receive donated tickets for a nonprofit organization, click here.

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