Last week, we highlighted a new partnership with the North Central Florida Alliance for the Homeless and Hungry, but that's not the only new partnership that we have!
You may have heard about a new Halloween attraction for our area called Torment Factory. Complete with two haunted houses, an escape room, scare zones and a private group event space, this entertainment venue promises to deliver a scary-good time.
But how does Torment Factory benefit United Way? Torment Factory is donating a portion of each ticket sold to UWNCFL’s Community Investment Fund! Additionally, attendees will be asked to participate in supply drives benefiting UWNCFL's Community Impact Partner agencies. The drives vary throughout Torment Factory's six-week run but will include school supplies, non-perishable food, diapers and more. Check
Torment Factory's Facebook
page for the drive of the day.
If you are interested in learning more about Torment Factory or to purchase tickets, visit their website below. And if you're looking to volunteer, check out the
Sign Up Genius
or contact Amber Miller at