Superheroes will invade Charleston’s Buffalo Wild Wings (at Southridge) this Saturday, but it’s all for a good cause. Ghostbusters WV, Spider-man and other heroes will join Children’s Home Society and Buffalo Wild Wings in Charleston for Superhero Saturday.
15% of each sale goes towards CHS with a flyer or ticket. This goes on all day. Also you can learn how you can be a superhero for West Virginia Children. From 5:30 PM to 10 PM Children’s Home Society will have a booth were you can learn how you can be a superhero for West Virginia kids. You can pick up tickets at this booth and turn them in when you pay your bill. CHS will get 15% of what you spend, and you won’t have to pay any extra.
From 9 PM to 11 PM there will be a costume contest, judged by the heroes in attendance.
The Children’s Home Society of West Virginia is a private, non-profit child welfare organization founded in 1896. The Society is a participatory organization consisting of employees, foster families, adoptive families, volunteers, Board members, Directors Emeriti, advisory council members, donors, benefactors, supporters, and friends. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that is representative of the communities we serve from around the state. They are licensed to provide child welfare and behavioral health services in West Virginia. A member agency of the West Virginia Alliance for Children and the Child Welfare League of America, CHS is fully accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Services for Families and Children. Their current programs are adoption, foster care, in-home and in-community services for children and families, emergency shelter care, respite, mediation, parent education training, prenatal and early childhood services, volunteer and mentoring, youth services, visitation and reunification, school based social work, day care and comprehensive assessment services.