CMC Bowling for Kids 2019

Saturday, March 9, 2019 (three sessions)
Sunday, March 10, 2019 (two sessions)
AMF Sportsman Lanes, Findlay, OH

Join us for the CMC 2019 Bowling for Kids Annual Fundraising Event

WHEN:
Saturday, March 9, 2019
– Three Sessions: 12:00 PM, 1:30 PM and 3:00 PM
Sunday, March 10, 2019
– Two Sessions: 12:00 PM and 1:30 PM

WHERE:
AMF Sportsman Lanes, 616 W. Trenton Ave, Findlay, OH 45840

CMC Bowling For Kids (BFK) is our largest fundraising event of the year. Money raised through the event enables CMC to match children in a professionally supported relationship with a caring adult.

BFK is a fun-filled event that provides companies, organizations, churches, schools and families the opportunity to show their support by raising dollars and awareness to support Children’s Mentoring Connection.

How to Participate

Create a Team:  Form a team of just 5 individuals, collect pledges and help support mentoring programs right here in Hancock County.

Register to Bowl:  Join us at the event as a bowler.  If you don’t already have a team you’re bowling with, sign up and we’ll assign you to a team in need of additional bowlers.

It’s Not About Bowling, It’s About Helping Kids!

We need you to help us reach our CMC Bowling For Kids fundraising goal of $65,000. All proceeds from CMC Bowling For Kids stay in our community to help our kids.

How You Can Help

Make a Donation:  Make a donation to support your favorite team, or a bowler, or donate to the event.

Become a Sponsor:  Find out how your company can participate in our fundraising events. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information about CMC Bowling for Kids, visit our website or call 419.424.9752.

Battle of the Banks

WHAT:

Local banks and credit unions will recruit a team of 5 employees, family and/or friends to compete at CMC Bowling for Kids 2019.

WHEN & WHERE:

Bowl any shift on March 9 or 10, 2019 at AMF Sportsman Lanes.

BRAGGING RIGHTS:

The team that raises the most money per team member will win the Battle of the Banks traveling trophy and have their team photo in The Courier.

Sign your team up by registering here and adding “(Battle of the Banks)” after your team name.

Battle of the Badges

WHAT:

Local first responders will recruit a team of 5 employees, family and/or friends to compete at CMC Bowling for Kids 2019.

WHEN & WHERE:

March 9 or 10, 2019 at AMF Sportsman Lanes

BRAGGING RIGHTS:

The team that raises the most money per team member will win the Battle of the Badges traveling trophy and have their team photo in The Courier.

Sign your team up by registering here and adding “(Battle of the Badges)” after your team name.

Event Status

Last Bowlathon Raised: $59,000.00
$65,000.00 Goal / Current donations $2.00

To donate on behalf of a team or bowler, please click on a name below





Sponsorship Opportunities

Below are the sponsorship levels available for our event. Please contact us if you would like to become a sponsor or have any questions. Sponsorships can be paid online or you can download and complete the sponsorship form and mail in a check for your sponsorship.

Mentor Alley Sponsor – $5,000

Benefits include: Banner Sign at Event Plus Platinum Sponsor Level Recognition

Lane Sponsor – $100

Benefits include: Name Printed and Displayed Above a Bowling Lane for the Entire Event.

About Our Organization

The Children’s Mentoring Connection of Hancock County began as a Big Brothers Agency in 1974. The Big Sisters program was added in 1978 and, in May of 2004, the Board of Directors voted to discontinue the affiliation with BBBS of America and officially became a locally independent organization.

CMC provides a professionally monitored mentoring program for boys and girls, primarily from single parent families. It is our vision that every qualified child, needing services will be actively engaged in a mentoring relationship designed to enhance their personal growth as competent, caring and confident individuals.

The agency staff recruits, screens and closely evaluates adult applicants while gathering a complete social history and personality profile on each youth applicant. Once a match between adult and child is made, follow-up supervision and guidance is provided to the mentor, client and parent/guardian. The volunteer works with the child in an asset-building relationship in the areas of growth and development, prevention, life-skills, problem solving and decision making. If there are additional problems in the family the Case Manager will offer support, networking and referral service to other Hancock County social service agencies.

The Children’s Mentoring Connection of Hancock County


To learn more about CMC, visit our website at cmchancock.org
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