Changing the way children grow up in Santa Cruz County

Bowl for Kids’ Sake Thank You!

Bowl for Kids' Sake Logo 2017

A BIG Thank You to All Who Participated in This Year’s Bowl For Kids’ Sake

About the 2017 Bowl For Kids’ Sake

This year’s Big Brothers Big Sisters of Santa Cruz County Bowl for Kids’ Sake was a great success, thanks to the 500+ bowlers, corporate and organization sponsors, and community volunteers! Over $113,000 was raised during the 2 day event on April 29th & 30th to support our mentoring programs for children and youth in Santa Cruz County. All the proceeds stay local to help match the youth waiting for their own Big Brother or Big Sister.

Marie Cubillas, Big Brothers Big Sisters Executive Director, was thrilled with the support and enthusiasm of the bowlers and sponsors. “A Big thank you to each and every participant and sponsor that helped raise critical funds to support our youth mentoring programs,” says Cubillas. “You are all helping change the way children grow up in Santa Cruz County.”

Participating bowlers won t-shirts/sweatshirts and prizes donated by local merchants.  Top fundraisers vied for 3 levels of the Grand Prize, all donated by local businesses.

Thank You to Our Lane Sponsors

ANB Insurance Services; Advanced Blinds & Shades; Allterra Solar; Appenrodt Commercial Properties; April Vaughn Advertising; Argo Logistics Group; B&B Small Engine Repair; Bay Area Floors & Interiors; CalNonprofits Insurance Services; Capitola Design; Cartwright, Scruggs, Fulton, & Walther Law Office; Chad Hoesing, CPA & Attorney; Clarion Pacific Insurance; Edward Jones—Luann Lauesen; Epic Insurance Brokers & Consultants; Family Cycling Center; Freedom Lions Club; Graniterock; Hot Springs Spas; J.R. Parrish Commercial Real Estate; Jacob Young Financial; La Madrona Athletic Club; Law Office of Nathan Benjamin; Lloyd’s Tire & Auto Care; Marathon Landscaping Services; Marini’s at the Beach; Martinelli’s Gold Medal Cider; Mortgage 831; Nielsen Studios; Ocean Honda; Oliver Property Management; Pacific Ingredient Exchange; Pacific Underground Construction; Progressive Benefit Group; RVS Technology Group; Redtree Partners; Rotary Club of Santa Cruz; Santa Cruz County Bank; Santa Cruz Nutritionals; Santa Cruz Sunrise Rotary; Scarborough Lumber & Building Supply; Scott’s Body Shop; Scotts Valley Host Lions Club; Slatter Construction; Sunridge Farms; The Skylight Place; Vaughn Marketing Group; Wedeen Hammer Group at Morgan Stanley; and Whitings Foods Concessions.