Proceeds from South Norwalk scavenger hunt support local nonprofit

A portion of proceeds from a scavenger hunt will support a local nonprofit, officials say.
Rock, Paper, Scissors Events has created scavenger hunts for Stamford, Westport and Cos Cob in Greenwich.
Anybody who downloads the map and pays to go on the scavenger hunt will have a portion of their admission fee donated to support Person to Person, a Norwalk nonprofit.
Participants will need somebody to drive a car and someone to read clues as they travel around Norwalk.
The scavenger hunt starts at Lockwood Mathews and goes through South Norwalk.
Participants go through a series of step-by-step clues using a map to spell out words and unscramble letters to solve for a final phrase.
Once the hunt is over and the phrase complete, players can send a picture of themselves to Rock, Paper, Scissors Events to be added to a wall of fame.
Rock, Paper, Scissors Events says they started donating a portion of profits from the hunt to local charities during the height of the pandemic.