Bowl For Kids' Sake 2018 .................. Bowl For Kids' Sake College/Sport Challenge 2018

Saturday, March 17, 2018


March 17 - 2:30PM - Hillview Lanes, Greensburg

March 18 - 2:30PM - Hillview Lanes, Greensburg

March 25 - 10:00AM and 12:00PM - Yough Lanes,  Connellsville

Bowl for Kids’ Sake is about having fun to help kids continue on a positive path and offers everyone in our community a chance to positively impact a child’s life. The children served by Big Brothers Big Sisters are among America’s most vulnerable, often living in a single-parent household, growing up in poverty, or coping with parental incarceration.

By participating in Bowl for Kids’ Sake, your team helps children reach their potential and, through them, transforms families, schools and communities.  100% of the money raised stays in our local community to match more children with caring adult mentors.  No bowling expertise is required!  Just follow the steps below!

1) REGISTER! - Sign up today by registering on-line at or by calling 724.837.6198.

2) SET GOALS! - Each bowler is asked to raise a minimum of $60 ($30 for age 22 and under) in donations or increase your goal and be eligible for individual incentive prizes and group prizes. Visit our website at to download a brochure to see all of the Incentive Prizes and the Group $1,000 Power Club!

3) RECRUIT! - Find friends, family, or co-workers who will help you exceed your fundraising goal.

4) RAISE MONEY! - Fundraise via Firstgiving, email, and post on social media to help support our life-changing work.

5) HAVE FUN! -No special skills needed - join us at the bowling lanes to celebrate your fundraising success!

Be a fundraiser.  Be a donor.  Be a bowler.

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 our community. Our mentoring works. It helps broaden children’s perspectives and teaches them how to make good choices. It starts a child on the path to fulfilling his or her potential - and succeeding in school and life.