You can raise funds for a local nonprofit simply by bowling! BrightStone is hosting its annual Bowlability event August 5 & 6 at the Franklin Family Entertainment Center, 1200 Lakeiew Drive, Franklin.
Funds raised through Bowlability give adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the chance to learn and practice job skills, social skills, good health and wellness habits, and recreation in a safe and loving environment.
Bowlability is a way friends, families, and co-workers of ALL abilities can team up to support adults with special needs in their community. Sign up to bowl and raise money as part of a team. We give you all the tools you need to fundraise, all you have to do is register at Bowlability.com to “get rolling!”
This year, BrightStone hopes to raise $80,000. Last year, over 400 family members, friends and employees raised $64,000.
Register today! Lanes fill up fast. Registration closes July 29.
Registration is easy. Register at bowlability.com.
Join a team or form your own. You cover the cost of your bowling lane and shoes ($25/bowler) then choose to fundraise and/or make a donation.
When you create a team at Bowlability.com, you can choose the day and time
you would like most:
Monday, Aug 5th or Tuesday, Aug 6th. Two time slots are available each day: 5pm – 7pm or 7:30pm – 9:30pm. Cosmic Bowling is available on Tuesday, Aug 6th 7:30pm – 9:30pm.
All bowlers are encouraged to raise at least $100 and most exceed this goal.
To help make fundraising simple and enjoyable, we’ve put together a step-by-step guide and toolkit for getting started.
At Bowlability.com, you have access to your own fundraising web page, customizable letters and email templates, example social media posts, printable flyers and posters and more.
Plus, after you register you’ll receive weekly coaching emails to help you stay on track and be successful!
For questions or help, please contact BrightStone Event Manager, Kristi Perkins, at 615-790-4888, firstname.lastname@example.org.
BrightStone provides a comprehensive work, social support, and future residential community for adults with special needs, expanding their potential and helping them to develop mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.