STRIKE OUT Homelessness & Hunger Bowl-a-thon

STRIKE OUT Homelessness & Hunger Bowl-a-thon 2023

Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Galaxy Strikes
Session 1: 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Session 2: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

STRIKE OUT Homelessness & Hunger Bowl-a-thon

About The Event


Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Session 1:  From 5:00 – 6:30 PM
Session 2:  From 7:00 – 8:30 PM


Galaxy Strikes Warrenton VA
Galaxy Strikes Bowling Center
251 W. Lee Hwy Ste 650, Warrenton VA 20186

How a Bowl-a-thon Works

  • Commit to participate in Community Touch Inc’s Strike Out Homelessness & Hunger Bowl-a-thon on Tuesday, June 13.
  • Choose a Team Captain, and choose your unique team name!
  • Team Captain recruits bowlers and forms team of up to 4 bowlers, and registers their team and members. CREATE A TEAM or REGISTER TO BOWL. (CLICK HERE to download a printable Team Registration Form)
  • Registration fee is $100 per team and is applied toward fundraising goals. PAY REGISTRATION FEES.
  • Bowlers set individual and team fundraising goals (minimum of $300 per team required to bowl).
  • Bowlers ask friends and family to DONATE ONLINE.  (CLICK HERE to download a printable Donate/Pledge PDF Form)
  • Bowlers are encouraged to use social media to direct donors to
  • Donations should be registered & paid online, if possible; Pledge Sheets along with any checks or cash, should be collected by Team Captain and turned in at or prior to check in on June 13. (Donations are tax deductible. Receipts will be available upon request.)
  • Check often for updates on the fundraising contest!

All teams that raise at least $500 will receive a $25 Food Voucher at Galaxy Strikes Space Station Café!


Fun For Everyone!

You don’t have to bowl well to have fun! Win fun prizes, door prizes, and of course, prizes for those who are competitive! Call your family, co-workers, friends & LET’S BOWL!

CLICK HERE to download the Event Details flyer

How You Can Help


Any amount will help those whose basic needs are not being met. Please consider the following suggested Pledge Amounts:

  • $29 – Helps a family with basic necessities, like toiletries, for a whole month.
  • $50 – Assists an individual with their rental application fees, when transitioning into permanent housing.
  • $75 – Provides basic cleaning supplies, like laundry detergent, dish detergent, toilet paper and paper towels for a family transitioning into permanent housing.
  • $100 – Pays monthly program fees for an individual, empowering them to live a life of self-sufficiency during and after they leave the program.
  • $370 – Provides meals for a resident in Transitional Housing for a month
  • $450 – Provides an entire week of temporary housing for a homeless family.
  • $675 – Provides meals for a family for a month!
  • $1,289 – Houses a Family of 4 in Victory Transitional Housing For 30 days.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE. Your donation will have a direct and immediate impact on someone living in our community that needs food, shelter, and / or necessities. Community Touch serves Fauquier, Culpeper, Rappahannock, Madison and Orange counties through the following missions:

  • Victory Transitional Housing
  • Clara’s Faith House Food Pantry
  • Noah’s Ark Outreach & Noah’s Ark Thrift Store

Sponsor The Event

Six Sponsor levels are available:

  • Visionary Sponsor – $5,000
  • Victory Sponsor – $2,500
  • Achievement Sponsor – $1,000
  • Empowerment Sponsor – $500
  • Friend of Community Touch – Under $500
  • Prize Sponsor – make a donation of gift cards, services, raffle items, etc.

CLICK HERE to register your Sponsorship online, or CLICK HERE to download the Sponsorship Registration Form.

Event Status

$20,000.00 Goal / Current donations $37,251.00

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

North Star Contracting

$300.00 in donations

Tom and Cathy Gregorson


Friends of Young Life"


Ambassador Accounting Inc.

Kent Companies

Groves Hardware

Thanks to these businesses for prize donations to our Bowlathon.

Victory Sponsor

Includes benefits listed below
  • Prominent Lane Banner at event
  • Registration fee waived for up to two bowling teams
  • Featured on Scoreboard
  • Logo on event website & in promotional material, where possible
  • Option to promote in Goody Bags

Prize Sponsor

Support CTI by donating gift cards, services, prize baskets, etc.
Includes benefits:
Logo on event website
Recognized in Goody Bags
CLICK HERE to send us an email about becoming a Prize Sponsor

About Our Organization

Our Mission

We touch the lives of people in our community by providing transitional housing, practical tools and helpful resources to all to achieve self-sufficiency.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be an outreach arm of strength and support to the less fortunate in the community, to improve the lives of those that are affected by adversity, and to empower the less fortunate with life-changing skills for future success.

Our Story

Twenty years ago, the Champion family had several buildings that were not in use on 20 acres of property owned by the True Deliverance Church of God. These buildings had been part of the Victory Drug Center that was opened decades earlier as a spiritual restoration and residence for those seeking healing from their addiction to drugs. The Champions had a vision to continue the work that Felicia Champion’s father had started and to renovate the buildings to further help the community. Community Touch, Inc. began in these buildings to offer ministry and outreach to the local community.

In November 2001, Community Touch opened Clara’s Faith House Food Pantry to help feed the hungry. In May 2003, it opened Victory Transitional Housing, which has the capacity to house up to 40 homeless people. In October 2004, Noah’s Ark was opened on the same campus to provide free clothing, furniture and household items to those in need. Community Touch responded to needs in the community and filled a void as one of the only homeless shelters in the County, and the only nonprofit in the area meeting so many specific needs in so many tangible ways.

In April 2009, Community Touch opened its first retail store to raise funds to support the other outreach programs. Noah’s Ark Thrift Store began in a shopping center in Bealeton to meet the needs of low to middle income community members who sought to purchase affordable furniture and clothing. All proceeds from the retail store benefitted the mission and vision of Community Touch. That retail store eventually relocated to Marshall.

Dr. T. Tyronne & Felicia Champion lead with compassion and have a passion to fulfill the purpose and mission of Christ by helping, serving and loving our neighbors as we love ourselves.

Today, all outreach missions of Community Touch are working hard and thriving to serve our local communities.