Join us on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 from 6:30pm to 9pm as we come together to raise money for those devastated by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.
Live & Silent Auctions | Exclusive Commemorative Hat & T-Shirts | 50/50 Raffle | Direct Donations – Benefiting IGFA World Anglers Relief Fund (WARF) and the American Red Cross Bahamas.
Anywhere in the world, on any day, at any time, a thriving recreational fishery can become a wasteland in a matter of hours in a major national disaster. The captains, guides, crews and outfitters who depend on recreational fishing for their livelihoods often find themselves in the center of the storm.
The Flagler Tavern has joined efforts with the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) and Costa Sunglasses to support our brothers and sisters in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian by donating to the IGFA Worldwide Anglers Relief Fund and The American Red Cross Bahamas Fund.
How can you help?
Donate! If you would like to donate an auction item, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 386-402-8861. We would love to include your donated item in our live or silent auctions.
Bid! Join us at The Flagler Tavern at the Main Stage on Tuesday 9/24 from 6:30pm to 9pm and bid with your heart on the many donated auction items we have waiting for you. We have already started collecting donation and we have a great selection at every price level, from $25 gift cards to a Billfishing Trip of a Lifetime – Casa Vieja Fishing Lodge, Pacific Coast of Guatemala for 2 Anglers with Accommodations valued at over $5,000 and so much more! 100% of the money raised will be split between the IGFA WARF and The American Red Cross Bahamas.
Purchase! Purchase an exclusive Costa & Flagler Tavern #OneCoast – Bahamas Strong T-shirt or Hat. 100% of the money raised will go IGFA WARF and The American Red Cross Bahamas, thanks to generous donations from Costa, Flagler Tavern, Tropical Design & Shok Idea Group. Available for pre-purchase now at www.flaglertavern.com/shop
As we here in New Smyrna Beach, breath a sigh of relief that Hurricane Dorian thankfully passed us by, let us remember our neighbors who where unfortunately not so lucky.