2nd Annual A&M Redbirds Bowl-a-Thon

Friends for Youth 3rd Annual Bowl-a-thon

Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 2:00 pm
Bowlmor, Cupertino, CA

About The Event

WHEN: Sunday, April 30, 2017 – 2:00 to 4:00 pm

WHO: Supporters of Friends for Youth like you! Bring your friends, family, coworkers, etc.

WHERE: Bowlmor
10123 N. Wolfe Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

Come Bowl With Us!

  • Bowling, prizes, food, and friends!
  • Join one of our teams or bring your own team!
  • Try your luck in our raffle and win exciting prizes like a digital camera, NutriBullet, and more!

Find a Sponsor!

  • Play for FREE! Find friends, co-workers, or relatives to sponsor you or your team; raise a minimum of $100 as an individual or $500 as a team and all entrance fees will be waived.
  • Corporate sponsorship opportunities available for teams.

Regular Entrance Fees

  • Individual Player (without sponsorship): $60
  • Team (without sponsorship): $500 (Includes VIP lane for up to 8 bowlers)
  • Friendships (without sponsorship): $100 per mentorship

All entrance fees include 2-hours of bowling, shoe-rental, and food.

Make a Donation: Sponsor your favorite bowler or donate to the event.

No gift is too small. Every dollar supports mentoring services for at-risk youth. Thank you for your support!

Got questions? Call Friends for Youth at 650-482-2866 for more info.


About Our Organization

Friends for Youth was established in 1979 by a group of local community leaders, including the Director of Juvenile Probation, who recognized that many at-risk children did not fit the focus of other available youth services. Since our inception, we have worked to support children who would otherwise go unserved, with an emphasis on positive youth development, academic achievement, health and wellness, prevention services, and critical skills for future self-sufficiency. We have helped over 2,000 youth-in-need reach their full potential. Our 90% success rate of creating long-term mentoring matches is far above the 33-37% national average. Studies have consistently shown that youth in our program improve their motivation and school performance, demonstrate increased self-esteem and resiliency, and rarely have future involvement with the Juvenile Justice System.

Our Programs

We first established our Mentoring Services program, providing direct one-to-one, community-based mentoring services to low-income, at-risk youth ages 8 to 17 in San Mateo County. Youth are referred by teachers, probation officers, and other youth professionals as being “at-risk” of not reaching their full potential. In 2016, in response to substantial need brought to us by Sequoia High School, we implemented a school-based group mentoring program called ConnectSHS. Incoming freshmen exhibiting academic challenges, behavioral and mental health issues, financial poverty, and social isolation are identified by the school and served through group mentoring sessions on campus. Learn more about our programs.

To learn more about Friends for Youth, visit our website at www.FriendsForYouth.org.

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Event Status

This event is currently private

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