2017 Hope for Autism Bowl-a-Thon

2017 Hope for Autism Bowl-a-Thon

Saturday, April 15, 2017
12:00 – Registration begins
1:00 to 4:00 pm – Bowling

Wonderland Lanes, Commerce, MI 48390

About The Event

WHEN:
Saturday, April 15, 2017
12:00 pm – Registration
1:00 to 4:00 pm – Bowling

COST:
$25 per bowler to participate.

WHERE:
Wonderland Lanes
8265 Richardson Road, Commerce, MI 48390

Have a great afternoon out while striking out Autism!

Here are the ways you can help support the Hope for Autism Foundation at our bowl-a-thon:

Bowl

You can create a team or you can join an existing team. The registration fee is $25.00 per person to bowl and the price includes bowling, shoes, pizza and a raffle ticket for great prizes! If you’ll be bowling with us, download the pledge sheet here.

Donate

You can donate any amount you’d like.  All donations are appreciated!  DONATE NOW.

Event Status

$5,000.00 Goal / Current donations $550.00

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







Sponsorship Opportunities

About Our Organization

The Hope for Autism Foundation was founded in 2009 by two sisters, Lisa Follmer-Gagnon and Lori Kinjorski. Lisa is the proud mother of Harrison who was diagnosed with autism at the young age of 2 years old. Lori is the proud mother of Gabby who was also diagnosed with autism at age 5. Both families continue to fight each day against the battle with autism and the desire to raise strong independent children who are faced with many challenges. As they continue to teach their children, they built a strong desire to help other children faced with the same challenges … This is the vision behind The Hope for Autism Foundation!

The Hope for Autism Foundation was developed to help build a future for children affected by autism. The goal for Hope for Autism is to raise funds to build transitional housing for high functioning autistic young adults. These homes will offer a source of independence for young adults by providing a small apartment with the freedom to function on their own along with the support to transition into society. Additional programs will be offered including education on general housekeeping, bill paying, social interactions, job search support, transportation and overall all aspects of being able to live alone and feel comfortable doing so.


Hope for Autism Bowl-a-Thon
For more information, visit our website at www.hopeforautismmi.org.

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