Jingle and Mingle Bowl for Kids' Sake
A team fundraising campaign for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati.
About This Campaign
Ready to Jingle and Mingle!!
Bowl for Kids’ Sake (BFKS), the region’s largest charity bowling event, is a fun-filled day or evening of bowling, games, excitement, and an opportunity for everyone in our community to join together to make a difference in the lives of at-risk youth. Proceeds from this event benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters' one-to-one mentoring programs that serve children in the Tri-State area.
Lanes and time slots fill fast so sign up today! Then join us on December 8,2021 for a few hours of bowling, food, drinks and fun in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati!
How it works in 5 easy steps:
Step One: Form a 5-6 person Team! Ask friends, family or co-workers to join your TEAM.
Step Two: Click on the "Participate" button to the right!
Step Three: Customize your team page and individual pages. Be sure to share your customized link on social media! Help us raise awareness!
Step Four: Fundraise for BBBS! By simply sending an email or text, posting on Social Media or asking a few friends for support, YOU make a BIG difference.
Step Five: Hit Your Fundraising Goal. We ask each INDIVIDUAL on a team to raise $100 (that's just 10 friends donating $10 toward your efforts) or each TEAM to raise $600 collectively. Once your team goal is reached, you'll join us for a good time and enjoy 2 games of bowling including shoe rental, pizza, drinks, raffles and more! Plus, you'll get a really cool t-shirt customized for this event!
Anyone can do this! The bowling score doesn’t matter, because it’s not about the bowling… it’s about the KIDS!
raised of $20,000 goal
Location / Venue
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- 1211 Waterworks Road
- Newport, KY 41071
- Dec 08, 2021 03:00 pm to
- Dec 08, 2021 09:00 pm
Campaign to Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati
We create life-changing friendships by matching adult mentors with at-risk Tri-State children in need of positive role models. We partner with parents and guardians, volunteers and others in the community, and hold ourselves accountable for each child in our program. Statistics show these Little Brothers and Sisters have higher aspirations, greater confidence, do better in school and avoid risky behaviors.