TAC 4 A DAY: An Adrenaline Driven Dream

United Way Oakville and the Halton Regional Police team up to offer an ultimate adventure.

TAC 4 A DAY: An Adrenaline Driven Dream
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Lisa Zarzeczny

Lisa Zarzeczny

Lisa Zarzeczny is the Manager, Marketing & Communications at United Way Oakville. She is a graduate of Sheridan College.

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United Way Oakville is selling three exclusive spots to Tac 4 A Day, a once in a lifetime
opportunity for local civilians to get a taste of what it’s like to be part of a Tactical Rescue Unit.

There are two sessions available—October 7th and October 23rd—and a limited number of participants per session, Tac 4 A Day offers a hands-on, small-group experience, where participants may have the opportunity to rappel down buildings, learn how to operate firearms used by tactical rescue units and respond to a hostage crisis, among other activities.

“We’re thrilled to partner with the Halton Regional Police and offer such a unique event,” said Brad Park, CEO of United Way Oakville. “It’s an unprecedented opportunity for any philanthropic thrill seeker.”

Participants must be at least 18 years old, sign a waiver, and are subject to a positive police background inquiry.

Cost: $750.00 per ticket and are tax-deductible. All proceeds will go to United Way Oakville’s 2014 Campaign.

Registration: Visit uwoakville.org for more information.

United Way Oakville is committed to giving individuals and families the opportunity to reach their potential and improve their quality of life. Whether funding programs that provide crisis prevention to an individual in need, enable a senior to live independently or give a nutritious breakfast to young minds, United Way’s impact is local, tangible and meaningful.



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