This year we are bringing Bowl for Kids’ Sake to YOU! Bowl for Kids’ Sake Spring Break Edition throughout the month of March will consist of 4 weeks of interactive activity and fundraising challenges that will be sure to spark your creative minds! Gather your friends, family, and colleagues for some healthy competition!

– Activity Ideas for All Ages

– Weekly Drawing Prizes


– Give a Little Kindness Bags Valued at $5-$50 EACH

– Interactive Drive Through Celebration

Prizes, Prizes, Prizes!

Join Weekly Challenges for even more chances to win one of our Grand Prizes (Yeti Cooler donated by Straightline Construction & Drywall or a $250 Target Gift Card!)

Plus we will have additional weekly prizes like Pizza for a Year, Brats for a Year, and more!

Click Here to View Full Contest Details


Raise more money... earn more prizes!

Plus, everyone who raises a minimum of $50 will receive a pass for 2 free games of bowling and shoe rental, as well as a “Give a Little Kindness Bag” which includes a mystery prize valued between $5—$50! Teams of 4-6 Bowlers who raise a minimum of $750 will receive an additional Team Prize Pack. More details coming soon!


Click here for Individual & Team Incentives
Fundraising Tips
  • Just like before, asking for friends’ and family support is easy. Once you register in our online platform, a fundraising page is created just for you, with built-in tools to ask for donations via social media, email or text.
  • If you would like to collect cash or checks, please bring a completed Pledge sheet and money to the Drive-thru celebration at the end of the month or send to Big Brothers Big Sisters, 1000A Division St, Stevens Point, WI 54481
How to Customize your Fundraising Page
Click here for Offline Pledge Form

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

World Traveler Sponsors

All Inclusive Sponsors

Weekend Getaway Sponsors

Media Sponsors

Staycation Sponsors

Crow Family Dental

Central Wisconsin Credit Union

American Asphalt

Shulfer’s Landscaping & Garden Center

Ryan Ramczyk Family

Ellis Construction

Anderson O’Brien