23rd Annual Great Brevard Virtual Duck Race Helps Raise Over $120,000 for Crosswinds Youth Services

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Bonnie Galloway named Grand Prize winner of the 2021 Honda Civic

ABOVE VIDEO: Winners announced for 23rd Annual Great Brevard Duck Race.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – It was another successful year for the annual Great Brevard Virtual Duck Race hosted by Crosswinds Youth Services last month.

“We are beyond thrilled to announce that thanks to you, we surpassed our goal for the 23rd Annual Great Brevard Virtual Duck Race – 11,148 ducks were adopted and over $120,000 was raised,” said Misty Campbell, Director of Development at Crosswinds Youth Services.

The proceeds will help Crosswinds Youth Services continue to work diligently to provide essential services for hundreds of children, youth and families in crisis.

“We wish to express our gratitude to our sponsors, duck adopters, volunteers, board and staff! We so appreciate the generosity and the very enthusiastic participation that you gave in making this event a tremendous success. Congratulations to Bonnie Galloway, Grand Prize winner of the 2021 Honda Civic – free 2 year lease, courtesy of Space Coast Honda,” said Campbell.

Bonnie Galloway named Grand Prize winner of the 2021 Honda Civic – free 2 year lease, courtesy of Space Coast Honda.”

Galloway adopted her Quack Pack online through Community Credit Union.

This year’s duck race was supported and underwritten by numerous very generous contributions and sponsors.

The Top Duck Sponsors include WFTV 9 Family Connection, Publix Super Market Charities, Lite Rock 99.3, Space Coast Daily, Space Coast Honda, Shell, Victory Casino, Elusen Inc, and Walmart along with many other sponsors.

This year marks 47 years of Crosswinds providing services to thousands of children in crisis and their families through programs designed to strengthen families and offer young people the support, skills and opportunities they need to succeed.

For more information, visit the website at www.crosswindsyouthservices.org or call 321-452-0800.