Featuring Kilts for Kids
McDazzle: Our Annual, Can't-Miss Fundraising Event
McDazzle Featuring Kilts for Kids is a signature fundraising extravaganza for RMHC Michiana. Over the course of more than 10 years, this event has increasingly grown in popularity – one the entire Michiana community looks forward to. The highlight every year is the kilt competition where individuals and teams compete to raise money by campaigning and ultimately winning votes; all with the goal of being crowned the Kilted Victor. For those who aren’t exactly kilt-wearing types, there are other ways to get involved, whether it’s by sponsoring/voting, volunteering or participating in a silent auction – by either bidding or donating. Regardless of how you participate, it’s a guaranteed good time.
Donning kilts in support of a great cause.
McDazzle Quick Links
Ways To Get Involved
Kilts for Kids Competition
Congratulate the 2022 Kilted Champions:
Many thanks to the East to West Team – “The Kilted Campers” Lisa Rees, Natalie Naquin, Lindsey Espiritu, Jaime Hershberger, Pamela Bowden
Other popular aspects of McDazzle are the silent auction and the event night auction. Both are great way to get involved without wearing a kilt – either by donating an auction item or by bidding. RMHC of Michiana has accepted some incredibly generous gifts to auction over the years for both auctions including resort vacations, world-class travel accommodations, signed sports and hollywood memorabilia, gift baskets, sports and event tickets, gift certificates and merchandise in every shape and size.
We offer four levels of event sponsorship at McDazzle, ranging from $3,000 to $10,000 each. Each sponsor receives at least one table at the McDazzle event. Sponsorships can also be used to support a chosen Kilts for Kids entry. Every dollar equals one vote for a team. You can find more info about sponsorship at McDazzle by downloading our sponsorship form. If you are interested in purchasing a table, please click the button below.
Mcdazzle 2022 Event Photos
Photo Credit: Peter Ringenberg Photography