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Notre Dame Seeks Charity Groups To Help On Gamedays

The University of Notre Dame is looking for non-profit groups that want to help on gamedays and help them create a fundraising opportunity.

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South Bend, IN - Levy, the dining and hospitality provider at Notre Dame Fighting Irish Athletics, is seeking non-profit organizations to participate in their concessions, premium, and club fundraising program for the 2017 season.

“We’re looking for non-profit groups who are looking to serve up impeccable service as a part of the beloved Notre Dame game day experience while raising funds to support their causes. Groups ranging from sports clubs and church groups to school boosters are invited to operate concession stands as a fundraising effort for their group,” said Karen Schirmuhly, Director of Operations for Levy at Notre Dame.

Volunteer groups are assigned a concession stand, premium area, or club space to operate on game days, from setup and preparation to serving food and taking payment. As part of the program, each group takes home a portion of profits to support their causes, which range from travel expenses for sports teams to supporting local charities. Levy provides training to all participating groups prior to their scheduled games to ensure all members are comfortable with the game day service roles and responsibilities.

An informational open house will be held on Monday, May 15, from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Joyce Center at Notre Dame for interested groups to learn more about the opportunities available with Levy.

Groups with questions can contact Levy at or at 574-631-1497 for more information.