Updated: Apr 22, 2021
If you’re in the mood to have a great, spring-style time, test your mind and your curiosity AND at the same time benefit the local business community, we have JUST the thing for you! The Fairmount CDC invites the community to participate in the Fairmount Scavenger Hunt from Sunday, April 25 at 10am through Saturday, May 1 at 3pm.
Participants are encouraged to solve clues at a variety of businesses and landmarks along Fairmount Avenue and beyond for a chance to win one of three top prizes. The donation-based, family friendly event will provide vital funds for the Fairmount Civic Association, Fairmount CDC and the COVID-19 Business Relief Fund.
In exchange for a donation, participants will receive an emailed packet with a list of clues, a link to submit answers online, a helpful neighborhood map, and a participant badge. The badge should be kept handy on a phone or printed out, as badges must be shown for entry into one or two of the locations.
Each participant will earn points for every correct answer submitted. Prizes will be awarded with a variety of neighborhood goodies to the top three individuals/groups who score the most points at the close of the contest on May 1st. (To be eligible to win a prize, no purchase is required at any of the participating businesses.)
Participants may enter the scavenger hunt as an individual, couple, or a group such as a family or group of friends. Additionally, children under the age of 13 are asked to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Participation for individuals, couples, and groups is limited to one clue card per entry and multiple clue cards submitted for each participant are discouraged.
To participate in the Fairmount Scavenger Hunt, sign up here!
About the Fairmount CDC and the COVID-19 Business Relief Fund The Fairmount CDC’s mission is to foster the improvement of the residential, commercial, and social fabric of the Fairmount neighborhood, while preserving its character and diversity.
When the Coronavirus pandemic hit Philadelphia, the Fairmount CDC launched the COVID-19 Business Relief Fund to help neighborhood businesses cover rent, utility bills, payroll and other fixed costs due to the loss of income during the citywide shutdown. To date, the fund has provided more than $50,000 to over 50 businesses and counting.
About the Fairmount Civic Association The Fairmount Civic Association (FCA) is a non-partisan, non-profit membership organization established for the Fairmount neighborhood; devoted to the maintenance and furtherance of the civic, recreational, economic, educational, and cultural aspects of the community. For more information, visit www.fairmountcivicassociation.org.