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2020 Bowl for Kid's Sake!

Bowl for Kids' Sake is one of the longest standing annual traditions of Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters that brings together Bigs, Littles, and community partners for a day of bowling with purpose.

This year Bowl for Kids' Sake is sure to be even more memorable as Bigs from across Connectiut unite to help the mission, vision, and work of Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters stretch even further!

How to Participate

There are two unique ways to participate in Bowl for Kids' Sake:

(1) Straight-Pay to Participate - Pay $50 for you and your Little to come join us for a fun day of bowling, pizza, soda and raffle prizes

(2) Fundraise to Participate - Set up a fundraising page (we'll help!) and raise $50 for you and your little to come join us for a fun day of bowling, pizza, soda and raffle prizes- there will be special prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place fundraisers!


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When
Saturday March 21st
Noon
Where
Spare Time Vernon, Talcottville Road, Vernon, CT, USA
350 Talcottville Rd, Vernon, CT 06066, USA

About Nutmeg

Since 1966 Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters has been changing the lives of children across Connecticut. As an independent 501(c)(3) organization affiliated with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the nation’s oldest youth mentoring organization, the mission of Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Through the excellence of our programs and the commitment of our volunteers and staff, Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters is recognized widely as the “face” of child and youth mentoring in the state of Connecticut.

Each year, Nutmeg BBBS offers high-quality mentoring services to approximately 1,000 children and youth from 132 of Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns. Of the children served by Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters:

81% lived with one or no parents;

77% were members of minority groups;

73% lived below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level; and

18% had a parent in prison

Posted by NUTMEG BIG BROTHERS-BIG SISTERS INC





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