|The Bowl-a-Rama is an important fundraiser that’s a fun, family-oriented bowling event for adults and kids alike. It benefits the homeless and neglected animals of Harford County. Whether by yourself, a duo, a trio, or a team of up to six bowlers per lane, bowl to help the animals on Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 3:00-6:30 p.m. at Forest Hill Lanes, One Maurice Drive, Forest Hill, MD.TO GET STARTED:
You don’t have to be a star bowler to raise money for the animals. Anyone can participate and the KEY TO SUCCESS is COLLECTING DONATIONS. Everyone is asked to raise at least $50. Simply ask 5 people for $10 and once that goal is met, keep it going! You can do this two ways: PRINT A PLEDGE SHEET to collect donations or create your own event page and FUNDRAISE ONLINE. Most people do both! Ask your family, friends, co-workers, school friends, etc. to make a pledge (donation) to support you. Let them know their tax-deductible donations directly support the comfort and care of homeless animals at the shelter.The first person or team to raise $1,000 wins a pizza party at your school, home or office (limit 10 pizzas). Please contact us at 410-836-1090, x111 when you reach this goal.PRE-REGISTER:
A pre-registration fee of $20 per person in advance of the event is required to cover your lane rental, bowling shoes and 3 hours of unlimited bowling. Click here to PRE-REGISTER by February 18 and follow the links to register and pay the $20 per person pre-registration fee with your credit card – or call 410-836-1090, x111 to pay over the phone. There will be no registration at the door on the day of the event. We sell out early every year, so don’t delay!NEW This Year!
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Your organization is also invited to SPONSOR THIS EVENT. Contact Mary Leavens at 410-836-1090, x101 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We appreciate your support of this very important fundraiser. Have fun with this and don’t be shy to ask for contributions to your favorite cause: homeless animals! We encourage you to raise as much money as you can. All proceeds benefit the homeless and neglected animals of Harford County.