12 Bars of Charity is the city's largest pub crawl attracting over 7,600 attendees and raising more than $80,000 for local charities last year! Join World Pediatric Project, the Teal Team, so you can have fun with family, friends and coworkers while making a life-changing difference!
Last year was World Pediatric Project's first year participating, and we had over 1,000 team members and raised over $20,000 for critically ill kids needing lifesaving medical care. Can we count on you this year?
$10 donation to World Pediatric Project when you sign up under our team!
Official 12 Bars of Charity #TealTeam Sweatshirt
2:00-6:00 pm drink specials at participating bars and restaurants in Soulard, Wash Ave, BPV and downtown STL.
Shuttle Pass to hop between participating bars and restaurants as desired.
How the event works:
Register online for $30 (plus taxes/fees) under the World Pediatric Project team, which includes your ticket purchase and your donation
Bring printed ticket and ID to check-in at the crawl
Put on your awesome #TealTeam sweatshirt
Start pub crawl and hit up as many bars as you want! (Must have wristband to ride the shuttles and receive drink specials.)
Thank You to Our Teal Team Sponsors
Interested in a unique and targeted marketing opportunity to reach thousands of St. Louisans? World Pediatric Project is looking for #TealTeam Sponsors whose support is vital to the success of this event and our mission. Sponsorship levels vary and include your logo on our team sweatshirt! To become a sponsor, please view our Sponsorship Opportunities or contact Melissa Hollabaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teal Team Co-Chairs: Maggie Twardowski, Fitness Edge
Shruthi Pochampally, Saint Louis University
Teal Team Leaders:
Eliza Andrews, Footwear Unlimited
James Blake, Thrivent Financial
Elena Burke, Saint Louis University
Gracie Darland, Ole Miss
Kelly Farrar, Build-A-Bear Workshop
Ryan Farrar, Clear To Launch
Carrie & Jacob Fenster, L Keeley Construction
Elliot Frey, Rawlings Sporting Goods Co
Meredith Frey, Arcturis
Aravinda Ganapathy, Saint Louis University
Beth Goldkamp, SSM Health St. Clare Hospital-Fenton