The AISS Veteran’s Day Weekend Bowl-A-Thon is a unique and exciting fundraising event. This event brings together our AISS Scholars, Alumni, and Supporters to join in a friendly bowling competition. We’re also celebrating Veterans Day and holding a 50/50 Opportunity Drawing for a special veterans group who we’ll announce later.
Our goal is to fund the purchase of laptops for all our scholars, $10,000. In order to hone their advanced engineering, mathematics, and coding skills, our scholars require high-performance, reliable laptops. To make sure our scholars have these laptops, and can pursue their dream careers, you can join a Bowl-A-Thon Team, create your own team, or support one of our teams! Each team’s fundraising goal is to raise $1,000 (six person teams).
Our donated prizes will go to:
• The highest Scorer
• Teams with the most money raised
• The team with the highest bowling score
Our event will also raise awareness and funds for the Veterans Legal Institute in Santa Ana. We are grateful for your support and hope that you’ll join us on Veterans Day to meet our amazing Scholars and supporters!!
Two hours of bowling, beverages, and light appetizers will be available… along with a 50/50 opportunity drawing.
Ways to Get Involved:
- Signup as an event sponsor: Sponsorship opportunities available starting at $250.
- Bowlers: Sign up a team, or sign-up individually and collect pledges from friends and family online or in person.
- Supporter: Donate to your favorite bowlers and help raise funds for AISS!
The 50/50 Opportunity Drawing at the event will benefit Veterans Legal Institute in Santa Ana, which provides pro bono legal assistance to homeless, at risk, disabled and low-income current and former service members to eradicate barriers to housing, healthcare, education, and employment and foster self-sufficiency.
If you prefer to sponsor with a check, please download sponsor form here.
STAR SponsorshipIncludes registration for 6 bowlers, and benefits of RED, WHITE and BLUE Sponsorships, plus additional benefits below:
- Display Company promotional items, such as a banner
- Two (2) Seats at AISS Bridging the Gap Fundraiser (June 2019)
- Ten (10) 50/50 Opportunity Drawing tickets to support Veterans Legal Institute
RED SponsorshipIncludes registration for 3 bowlers, and benefits of WHITE and BLUE Sponsorships, plus additional benefits below:
- Three (3) social media posts on AISS social media platforms
- Five (5) 50/50 Opportunity Drawing tickets to support Veterans Legal Institute
WHITE SponsorshipIncludes BLUE Sponsorship Package, plus additional benefits below:
- Logo placement on AISS Bowl-A-Thon electronic promotional materials
- Complimentary Invitation for two to AISS Alumni Holiday Luncheon in December 2018.
BLUE Sponsorshipincludes benefit below:
- Picture at event with student scholars
ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION
The Achievement Institute of Scientific Studies guides academically motivated, economically disadvantaged Orange County high school students interested in pursuing a career in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields.
What We Do:
We are a college to career readiness STEM program that spans over two years, the junior and senior years of high school (summers), aiming to bridge the learning gap between high school and college. We focus on teaching our scholars STEM Career Awareness, College and Career Readiness, and Cultural Capital & Life Skills.
We bridge those first steps between educational scholars to STEM professionals with a rigorous 2-year preparatory program that invests in our youth not only sought skills, but also character, leadership, connection and teamwork.
To shape our students’ personal, professional, and educational development, we host STEM guest speakers, teach networking and communication skills, organize student study trips to college campuses and STEM career facilities, hands on STEM projects, test taking methods, and much more.
The AISS volunteers and supporting partners collaborate with higher academic institutions and business professionals to produce the next generation of America’s workforce, specially trained in the application of practical sciences.