Fight Adventure Park teams with nonprofit to fight childhood cancer | Business

Flight Adventure Park at Columbia’s Village in Sandhill offers family fun, from trampolines to roller skating to laser tag, and this month you can help families battling cancer while you enjoy the day.

Flight is partnering with the nonprofit South Carolina Cancer Alliance for a fundraiser to support childhood cancer awareness and research efforts. Throughout September, Flight will be selling special edition apparel, with 100% of the proceeds going to SC Cancer Alliance.

Representatives of SC Cancer Alliance will visit the park on Tuesday and 20% of all Flight purchases that day will be donated to the nonprofit.

“Supporting those fighting cancer is something that is very close to me as a two-time cancer survivor,” said Steven Yeffa, CEO of Flight Adventure Park. “I am so grateful that we can give back to the South Carolina Cancer Alliance, especially to support children battling cancer. We hope that through this fundraising initiative, we can help advance their cause by improving the quality of life of children with cancer from diagnosis through treatment to survival.”

Flight’s Sandhill location (741 Fashion Dr. in Columbia) offers a ninja warrior course, bouncy castles, rope ladders stretched over a soft foam block landing zone, a covered lawn, roller skating rink, dodge ball, trampolines, air slam basketball, an arcade, and more.

More information is available at flightadventurepark.com.

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