Bowl a strike.
Make an impact.
Start Something for children in your community.
Bowl for Kids' Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters largest national fundraiser, raising over $20 million annually for children in need across the country. Because of Bowl for Kids' Sake, more Bigs and Littles can be paired up, more friendships can be created and improved outlooks on life can be started.
Bowl for Kids' Sake is a fun and easy way to positively impact a child's life. Just follow the simple steps below:
2) Start securing sponsorships. Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $100 in sponsorships for a total of $500 - $600 raised per team.
Want to know the best part? All of the event expenses are completely underwritten by our corporate sponsors. That means 100% of the money raised by bowlers goes directly towards supporting children served by Big Brothers Big Sisters in your community.
3) Start bowling. After you have secured your sponsorships, it's time to have fun! You'll receive two free games of bowling (shoe and ball rental included!), a Bowl for Kids' Sake t-shirt, food, drinks, chances to win door prizes!
So what are you waiting for? Start Something today! Partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters through Bowl for Kids' Sake makes a positive, long-lasting impact on children in your community. Our mentoring works. It works to help broaden children's perspectives and help them learn how to make good choices. It starts a child on the path to fulfilling their potential and succeeding in school and life.
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Friday Night Bowl 4/19/2013 9:30 pm - 4/20/2013 12:00 am
Saturday Bowl 4/20/2013 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Friday Night Bowl 4/26/2013 9:30 pm - 4/27/2013 12:00 am
Saturday Bowl 4/27/2013 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Friday April 19th 2013: No Fees
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