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Frequently Asked Questions

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What time is the Great Duck Derby?


November 3 at Capt Hirams

12 pm: Festivities, 50/50 raffle, live music

2 pm: Corporate Duck Race

3 pm: Duck Derby


How do the ducks get in the river?

A few days before the race, volunteers place a numbered tag on the bottom of each duck that will be swimming in our duck derby. On the day of the race, the ducks will be launched and will be pushed towards the finish line.

How does my duck get assigned a tag number?

Each person who adopts a duck, whether online, in the mail or on the day of the event will have a tag number randomly assigned to their name. If you adopt 5 ducks, your name will be placed next to 5 different tag numbers.

Can I adopt ducks on Derby Day?

If all ducks have not been adopted as of Saturday evening November 2, 2024, the remaining ducks will be available for adoption Sunday before the race.

How will I know if my adopted duck wins?

Treasure Coast Community Health will contact you with the information provided with your duck adoption.

Who does the Duck Derby benefit?

Proceeds from the Duck Derby go directly to support children's and women's services at Treasure Coast Community Health. TCCH serves over 26,000 adults and children per year, an overwhelming percentage of whom are at or below Federal Poverty Level.