Bowl for Kids' Sake at Memory Lanes is a fun and easy way for you and your company, friends, or family to support the life-changing work of Moberly Big Brothers Big Sisters.
If you care about kids and can spare an hour to have fun with your friends, then Bowl for Kids' Sake is for you!
It's easy to get started!
1. Click here to start a fundraising team.
2. Personalize a fundraising page that's set up just for you.
3. Form a team of up to five people. Invite your team to set-up their personal fundraising pages as well!
4. Fundraise by asking for donations using your online fundraising page and by collecting offline donations including cash, checks, and pledges. The team fee for the bowling party is $300, but top fundraising teams raise over $1,500.
5. Come bowl! After you have secured your donations, it’s time to have fun. You and your teammates are invited to join us at Memory Lanes on February 24th to celebrate your fundraising success. Click here to register your fundraising team to bowl at the BBBSCMO Bowling Party!
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Missouri
The 2018 Moberly Bowl for Kids' Sake benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Moberly.
By supporting Moberly Big Brothers Big Sisters, you are helping children facing adverse experiences gain the skills and support system necessary to become healthy, productive members of our community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters serves children of single parent families, children with an incarcerated parent, children of active and fallen military, children in longer term foster care, and those who are referred to us by school or other agency personnel. Over 500 youth are served yearly in our mid-Missouri community, school, and site based mentoring programs.
We partner with parents/guardians, volunteers, and others in the community and hold ourselves accountable for each child in our program achieving:
Locally and nationally, we know that the Big Brothers Big Sisters method of mentoring works in the short and long term:
Short Term- Looking at the impact Big Brothers Big Sisters has in our local community:
Long Term - Harris Interactive surveyed adults who had a Big Brother or Big Sisters as a youth and compared them to adults from similar demographics that didn't have a mentor and found that Little Alumni were: