Good Cause, Great Prize: Enter to Win Pre-Jersey Retirement Dinner with Paul Pierce

Fanthropic raising money for Shamrock Foundation by offering dinner with Paul Pierce before jersey retirement ceremony


Two weeks from today, the Boston Celtics will salute and retire a legend.

The night before, you can share a meal with him.

On Sunday, Feb. 11, the Celtics will celebrate the career of Paul Pierce and retire his No. 34 jersey to the TD Garden rafters, where it will never be worn again.

Pierce will be in town that whole weekend, though, and Fanthropic is offering you a chance to join him for a private retirement dinner the night before his ceremony.

Recently, Fanthropic – the first-ever digital philanthropic community – introduced what sounds like quite an experience. They will allow one lucky fan and a guest to joine Perce for dinner on Saturday, Feb. 10

To enter to win this and more, you can make a donation of as little as $10 to the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation on

The experience will also include round trip air fare and luxury accommodations in Boston for both you and a friend. Dinner with The Truth, obviously. Plus, center court photos and VIP seats to watch the Celtics take on Eastern Conference rival Cleveland before seeing No. 34 rise to the rafters. Food and drinks at the exclusive Putnam Club are also provided courtesy of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation.

Again, head to to make your donation to a great cause for a chance to win a great evening.

The Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation extends the reach of the Celtics championship legacy into our community through programs that directly benefit children in need. To do this, the Foundation applies a team mentality – much like that of the 17-time world championship Celtics – and relies on key partnerships with New England-based non-profit organizations that provide vital services and support to youth.

The Shamrock Foundation currently partners with Berklee City Music Network, Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boch Center, Horizons for Homeless Children, Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Perkins School for the Blind, Positive Coaching Alliance and The3PointFoundation. By providing resources, support and funding, these and other local community-based organizations are able to increase their collective impact in the community and serve thousands of in need youth every year.