Bowl For Kids' Sake 2016

Bowl For Kids' Sake 2016

About This Campaign

About This Campaign
A totally AWESOME way to support a totally awesome cause!
Be a FUNdraiser! Be a Donor! Be a Bowler! Now's your chance to be a part of the fun and make an impact for children in Albuquerque and the surrounding area.

Each year Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico raises money to provide nurturing, mentoring relationships for children in our community. We will be hosting our 33rd Annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake event at the Isleta Fun Connection on April 9th, 2016. Every year, we have nearly 600 bowlers join in on the fun but this year we’re going “Back to the 80’s!” Put on your Member’s Only Jacket, neon leggings, big hair and bright colors, and like, let’s start raising some totally awesome money for a totally awesome cause.


How do I Bowl For Kids' Sake?

Sign up as a team captain or join an existing team today! Form a team of 5, register online and meet your fundraising goal of $125 each ($625 per team) by asking your friends, family and co-workers to support you. Send a link to your personalized fundraising page and track your progress.Then join us to bowl and celebrate your fundraising efforts! Can’t form a full team? No problem! Register as an individual and we will place you on a team with other bowlers.

Why Should I Bowl For Kids’ Sake?

By bowling you directly and positively impact children ...
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Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • 630 8th Street, Suite #10
  • South San Francisco, California
  • 91030, USA
  • Time:
  • Apr 16, 2016 10:00 am to
  • Apr 29, 2017 05:00 pm
Giveffect Demo

Campaign to Support Giveffect Demo

Giveffect is a charity management tool and social media platform, focusing on donor-centric experience. We put a face to the people behind the cash-flow and bring life to the causes you support. By focusing on the donor experience and understanding their needs, Giveffect will help assist charities better by giving them the ability to interact with the donors.Empower the DonorWe bring the person behind the cash-flow into focus. Charities will hear the donor's inscription for giving, their story, and causes that matter to them. Emphasize the CauseWe help bring the people behind the stats to life. We provide real-time sharing of updates related to the cause and funds being raised.Promote the CharityWe manage charity accounts, provide metrics and data analysis to help charities focus their campaign efforts and understand their donor demographic better...

Fundraising Participant Personal Goal Amount Raised
Erin Glock
Erin Glock
531500
$5,315 of $500 (1063%)
531500
$5,315
Thomas Stallone
Thomas Stallone
304000
$3,040 of $500 (608%)
304000
$3,040
Jennifer Moses
Jennifer Moses
126000
$1,260 of $500 (252%)
126000
$1,260
Sean Pukdam
Sean Pukdam
110000
$1,100 of $200 (550%)
110000
$1,100
Leila Solouki
Leila Solouki
87000
$870 of $500 (174%)
87000
$870
Gregory Veevers
Gregory Veevers
85000
$850 of $1,000 (85%)
85000
$850
Karen Piercy
Karen Piercy
84500
$845 of $100 (845%)
84500
$845
John Sinclair
John Sinclair
84000
$840 of $500 (168%)
84000
$840
Sara Tweed-Stafford
Sara Tweed-Stafford
78000
$780 of $50 (1560%)
78000
$780
Johan Cranston
Johan Cranston
77500
$775 of $500 (155%)
77500
$775
Cheryl Collins
Cheryl Collins
75500
$755 of $500 (151%)
75500
$755
Jane Jansen Howard
Jane Jansen Howard
75000
$750 of $500 (150%)
75000
$750
Kathy McKenna
Kathy McKenna
67500
$675 of $500 (135%)
67500
$675
Kate Bernard
Kate Bernard
65000
$650 of $500 (130%)
65000
$650
Victor Willis
Victor Willis
64000
$640 of $500 (128%)
64000
$640
Samantha Tator
Samantha Tator
60500
$605 of $500 (121%)
60500
$605
Keaton Cheffer
Keaton Cheffer
55500
$555 of $500 (111%)
55500
$555
Linz Parker
Linz Parker
53500
$535 of $500 (107%)
53500
$535
Jason Haney
Jason Haney
51500
$515 of $500 (103%)
51500
$515
Clay Cosbie
Clay Cosbie
51000
$510 of $1,000 (51%)
51000
$510
Newton Leung
Newton Leung
51000
$510 of $200 (255%)
51000
$510
Jacline Chung
Jacline Chung
50000
$500 of $500 (100%)
50000
$500
Shameela Zaman
Shameela Zaman
50000
$500 of $50 (1000%)
50000
$500
Kassie Ann DeJonge
Kassie Ann DeJonge
50000
$500 of $500 (100%)
50000
$500
Jocelynne Leon Beltran
Jocelynne Leon Beltran
50000
$500 of $500 (100%)
50000
$500
Jennifer Wong
Jennifer Wong
47500
$475 of $50 (950%)
47500
$475
Tim Skinner
Tim Skinner
46500
$465 of $500 (93%)
46500
$465
Lauren Spor
Lauren Spor
43500
$435 of $500 (87%)
43500
$435
Nicole Oliver
Nicole Oliver
40000
$400 of $1,000 (40%)
40000
$400
Terry Dowdy
Terry Dowdy
40000
$400 of $100 (400%)
40000
$400
Gordon Breedyk
Gordon Breedyk
40000
$400 of $500 (80%)
40000
$400
Cecys Hair Styles
Cecys Hair Styles
36000
$360 of $500 (72%)
36000
$360
Lisa Riley Brown
Lisa Riley Brown
33500
$335 of $500 (67%)
33500
$335
Keith Loo
Keith Loo
32500
$325 of $50 (650%)
32500
$325
Ammar Siddiqui
Ammar Siddiqui
31500
$315 of $200 (157%)
31500
$315
Michael Burke
Michael Burke
31000
$310 of $500 (62%)
31000
$310
Tiernin Silbernagel
Tiernin Silbernagel
30000
$300 of $500 (60%)
30000
$300
Rick B Rhodes
Rick B Rhodes
30000
$300 of $500 (60%)
30000
$300
Kimberly Beck
Kimberly Beck
30000
$300 of $1,000 (30%)
30000
$300
Bryanna Young
Bryanna Young
30000
$300 of $1,000 (30%)
30000
$300
Manzeeta Karki
Manzeeta Karki
30000
$300 of $500 (60%)
30000
$300
Lauren Banks
Lauren Banks
30000
$300 of $500 (60%)
30000
$300
Felisha Nauffts
Felisha Nauffts
29500
$295 of $100 (295%)
29500
$295
Catherine Ludgate
Catherine Ludgate
28500
$285 of $500 (57%)
28500
$285
Margaret Alberta Nelson
Margaret Alberta Nelson
28500
$285 of $1,000 (28%)
28500
$285
Ana Alexander
Ana Alexander
28000
$280 of $500 (56%)
28000
$280
Maurice Le
Maurice Le
27500
$275 of $500 (55%)
27500
$275
Carrie Ureta
Carrie Ureta
26000
$260 of $100 (260%)
26000
$260
Brittany Beckett
Brittany Beckett
25000
$250 of $500 (50%)
25000
$250
Tania Runyan
Tania Runyan
24000
$240 of $500 (48%)
24000
$240
Vanessa Villegas Bowden
Vanessa Villegas Bowden
23500
$235 of $500 (47%)
23500
$235
Matt Durocher
Matt Durocher
21500
$215 of $200 (107%)
21500
$215
Ali Ahmed
Ali Ahmed
21000
$210 of $500 (42%)
21000
$210
Chang Gabriel
Chang Gabriel
20500
$205 of $500 (41%)
20500
$205
Denise Rabski
Denise Rabski
20000
$200 of $500 (40%)
20000
$200
Erin Davis
Erin Davis
20000
$200 of $200 (100%)
20000
$200
Joey Savoie
Joey Savoie
18000
$180 of $500 (36%)
18000
$180
Gabrielle Redenius
Gabrielle Redenius
17500
$175 of $500 (35%)
17500
$175
Adrienne Donnelly Billings
Adrienne Donnelly Billings
17500
$175 of $500 (35%)
17500
$175
Sheryl Sharma
Sheryl Sharma
16000
$160 of $1,000 (16%)
16000
$160
Erin Murray
Erin Murray
15500
$155 of $1,000 (15%)
15500
$155
Kieron Rowe
Kieron Rowe
15000
$150 of $500 (30%)
15000
$150
Kelly Legood
Kelly Legood
14000
$140 of $50 (280%)
14000
$140
Jan Faye Bell
Jan Faye Bell
14000
$140 of $500 (28%)
14000
$140
Andrea Griffiths
Andrea Griffiths
13500
$135 of $500 (27%)
13500
$135
Randy Hatfield
Randy Hatfield
13000
$130 of $100 (130%)
13000
$130
Krista McGrath
Krista McGrath
13000
$130 of $200 (65%)
13000
$130
Brittney Reoch
Brittney Reoch
13000
$130 of $500 (26%)
13000
$130
Mindy Hayton
Mindy Hayton
12500
$125 of $500 (25%)
12500
$125
Mohammed Ali
Mohammed Ali
12500
$125 of $500 (25%)
12500
$125
Jeanette Walls
Jeanette Walls
12500
$125 of $500 (25%)
12500
$125
Saba Aziz
Saba Aziz
12000
$120 of $1,000 (12%)
12000
$120
Jeremy Satterlee
Jeremy Satterlee
11500
$115 of $500 (23%)
11500
$115
James W.C Bramley
James W.C Bramley
11500
$115 of $500 (23%)
11500
$115
Kayley Melanson
Kayley Melanson
10000
$100 of $500 (20%)
10000
$100
Billy Terhune
Billy Terhune
10000
$100 of $500 (20%)
10000
$100
Kiki Rampone
Kiki Rampone
9500
$95 of $500 (19%)
9500
$95
Md Ashraf Chowdhury
Md Ashraf Chowdhury
9000
$90 of $500 (18%)
9000
$90
Kim McGregor- Endres
Kim McGregor- Endres
8500
$85 of $500 (17%)
8500
$85
Patricia Hughes
Patricia Hughes
7000
$70 of $1,000 (7%)
7000
$70
Winnie Ng
Winnie Ng
7000
$70 of $500 (14%)
7000
$70
Hanako Bartlett
Hanako Bartlett
6000
$60 of $50 (120%)
6000
$60
Alexis Smith
Alexis Smith
6000
$60 of $500 (12%)
6000
$60
Gillian Walker
Gillian Walker
6000
$60 of $500 (12%)
6000
$60
Dan Ferguson
Dan Ferguson
5500
$55 of $500 (11%)
5500
$55
Daynna Hartjes
Daynna Hartjes
5500
$55 of $100 (55%)
5500
$55
Fadiya Chowdhury
Fadiya Chowdhury
5500
$55 of $500 (11%)
5500
$55
Erin Selin
Erin Selin
5000
$50 of $500 (10%)
5000
$50
Assma Rahman
Assma Rahman
4500
$45 of $500 (9%)
4500
$45
Jen Whitehead
Jen Whitehead
4000
$40 of $100 (40%)
4000
$40
Kristal Chisholm Burgess
Kristal Chisholm Burgess
4000
$40 of $50 (80%)
4000
$40
Katrina Basha
Katrina Basha
4000
$40 of $500 (8%)
4000
$40
Steve Monis
Steve Monis
4000
$40 of $500 (8%)
4000
$40
Sarah Ingalls
Sarah Ingalls
4000
$40 of $1,000 (4%)
4000
$40
Maya Dz
Maya Dz
3500
$35 of $500 (7%)
3500
$35
Eric Bui
Eric Bui
3500
$35 of $500 (7%)
3500
$35
Lisa Sickles
Lisa Sickles
3500
$35 of $500 (7%)
3500
$35
Alicia Renee Siow
Alicia Renee Siow
3500
$35 of $500 (7%)
3500
$35
Amber Phalen
Amber Phalen
3000
$30 of $500 (6%)
3000
$30
Lisa Ripper
Lisa Ripper
3000
$30 of $100 (30%)
3000
$30
Jessy Ubel
Jessy Ubel
3000
$30 of $500 (6%)
3000
$30
andyoaklee
andyoaklee
3000
$30 of $500 (6%)
3000
$30
Shahinaz Youssef
Shahinaz Youssef
2500
$25 of $500 (5%)
2500
$25
Mary Karin Ng
Mary Karin Ng
2500
$25 of $1,000 (2%)
2500
$25
Colette Slone
Colette Slone
2500
$25 of $100 (25%)
2500
$25
Aleks Sikora
Aleks Sikora
2000
$20 of $500 (4%)
2000
$20
Christina Lee
Christina Lee
2000
$20 of $500 (4%)
2000
$20
Kari Begg
Kari Begg
1500
$15 of $1,000 (1%)
1500
$15
Courtenay Lewis
Courtenay Lewis
1500
$15 of $50 (30%)
1500
$15
John Trembly
John Trembly
1500
$15 of $100 (15%)
1500
$15
Jaime Mas
Jaime Mas
0
$0 of $500 (0%)
0
$0
Mulindwa William
Mulindwa William
0
$0 of $1,000 (0%)
0
$0
Mark Leger
Mark Leger
0
$0 of $50 (0%)
0
$0
Donna Sanchez
Donna Sanchez
0
$0 of $500 (0%)
0
$0
Christopher David LaRoche
Christopher David LaRoche
0
$0 of $500 (0%)
0
$0
Maan Musleh
Maan Musleh
0
$0 of $500 (0%)
0
$0
Abdul Karimeh
Abdul Karimeh
0
$0 of $200 (0%)
0
$0
Shirley McCallan
Shirley McCallan
0
$0 of $500 (0%)
0
$0
Karina Gregory
Karina Gregory
0
$0 of $50 (0%)
0
$0
Jaafar Dirie
Jaafar Dirie
0
$0 of $1,000 (0%)
0
$0
Lisa Miller-Welton
Lisa Miller-Welton
0
$0 of $100 (0%)
0
$0
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fds fds
0
$0 of $300 (0%)
0
$0
B Amber Smith
B Amber Smith
0
$0 of $200 (0%)
0
$0
Omar Rais
Omar Rais
0
$0 of $500 (0%)
0
$0
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Fundraising Teams

Bowlerama Power

CMPA's Prime Time in Ottawa challenges delegates, companies, unions, guilds and individual business leaders from the feature film, television, interactive media, broadcasting and telecommunications industries to turn up the fundraising for the Actors' Fund of Canada in 2015! Sign up...

$8,380 raised (167%)
9
Participants

NST

The cost of veterinary care is often beyond the means of low-income citizens, which can lead to animal suffering and difficult decisions regarding the surrender of an animal or euthanasia of a dearly-loved family pet. Animalert is once again raising funds to help prevent these tragic si...

$4,525 raised (301%)
9
Participants

Bowling in Memory

The environment is destroyed! Your country is at war! Your house is worth nothing! Your boyfriend isn't returning your calls!

$2,605 raised (260%)
4
Participants

All Guts with Glory

Summer Sundays are for enjoying the long summer days. Join us at one of the City's top patio's with the best outdoor and indoor environments Come Eat Drink & Dance the afternoon away Rain Or Shine Indoor / Outdoor Environment

$2,545 raised (101%)
10
Participants

Kid Bowlers

The environment is destroyed! Your country is at war! Your house is worth nothing! Your boyfriend isn't returning your calls! With bad news stories all around, it's hard not to push the panic button. The City is here to put it all in perspective. Panic! Everybody's Doing It! is chock fu...

$2,370 raised (474%)
10
Participants

Bowlning for the Kids

Every holiday season, there are about 100 women living in the Street Haven programs. For the majority of these women, the only holiday festivities they will take part in, are the ones we provide. The holidays can be a very difficult time of year for women experiencing homelessness, ...

$2,300 raised (46%)
7
Participants

Bowlning for the Kids

Learn the various types of snowshoes that have been created over the years. From the days of the rawhide & wood variety to modern day plastic & aluminum models. We will then take a refreshing stroll through the Arboretum grounds to partake in what wonders nature has to offer to us on...

$1,965 raised (98%)
10
Participants

Abigail Vint

CMPA's Prime Time in Ottawa challenges delegates, companies, unions, guilds and individual business leaders from the feature film, television, interactive media, broadcasting and telecommunications industries to turn up the fundraising for the Actors' Fund of Canada in 2015! Sign up...

$1,940 raised (97%)
7
Participants

Enjoy Bowl

CMPA's Prime Time in Ottawa challenges delegates, companies, unions, guilds and individual business leaders from the feature film, television, interactive media, broadcasting and telecommunications industries to turn up the fundraising for the Actors' Fund of Canada in 2015! Sign up...

$1,720 raised (114%)
7
Participants

Bowl Russian Bowl

CMPA's Prime Time in Ottawa challenges delegates, companies, unions, guilds and individual business leaders from the feature film, television, interactive media, broadcasting and telecommunications industries to turn up the fundraising for the Actors' Fund of Canada in 2015! Sign up...

$1,610 raised (161%)
6
Participants

The Dev Team

Summer Sundays are for enjoying the long summer days. Join us at one of the City's top patio's with the best outdoor and indoor environments Come Eat Drink & Dance the afternoon away Rain Or Shine Indoor / Outdoor Environment

$1,540 raised (77%)
8
Participants

Enjoy Bowl

Summer Sundays are for enjoying the long summer days. Join us at one of the City's top patio's with the best outdoor and indoor environments Come Eat Drink & Dance the afternoon away Rain Or Shine Indoor / Outdoor Environment

$1,500 raised (60%)
9
Participants

River

Hi guys! After learning about the situation of the children in Afghanistan. I was very sad to learn that children, especially girls don't have access to education. I believe that education is a RIGHT to every child. When you educate children especially girls, you can give hope to th...

$1,300 raised (130%)
5
Participants

BBBS Bowlers

Learn the various types of snowshoes that have been created over the years. From the days of the rawhide & wood variety to modern day plastic & aluminum models. We will then take a refreshing stroll through the Arboretum grounds to partake in what wonders nature has to offer to us on...

$1,110 raised (111%)
5
Participants

The Dev Team

Without the help of the Medicine River Wildlife Centre over 1600 injured or orphaned wild animals per year would have no one to help them. For 30 years the Centre has been there to help and now they need our help. Please come with me to help build a much needed new hospital.

$1,015 raised (40%)
3
Participants

BBBS Bowlers

Every holiday season, there are about 100 women living in the Street Haven programs. For the majority of these women, the only holiday festivities they will take part in, are the ones we provide. The holidays can be a very difficult time of year for women experiencing homelessness, ...

$620 raised (41%)
3
Participants

Bowlning for the Kids

The environment is destroyed! Your country is at war! Your house is worth nothing! Your boyfriend isn't returning your calls! With bad news stories all around, it's hard not to push the panic button. The City is here to put it all in perspective. Panic! Everybody's Doing It! is chock fu...

$565 raised (56%)
8
Participants

Bowl Russian Bowl

The cost of veterinary care is often beyond the means of low-income citizens, which can lead to animal suffering and difficult decisions regarding the surrender of an animal or euthanasia of a dearly-loved family pet. Animalert is once again raising funds to help prevent these tragic si...

$415 raised (41%)
3
Participants

AARON TEST

$0 raised (0%)
0
Participants
  1. Giveffect Demo
    over 1 year ago · Like
  2. Orlo Hills
    Orlo Hills Anne Robertson

    Good morning everyone!

    over 1 year ago · Like
  3. Allan Shin
    Allan Shin Anne Robertson

    Charity trustees are responsible for the general control and management of the administration of a charity. They serve on the governing body of a charity and may be known as trustees, directors, board members, governors or committee members.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Rowe Cooper
      Rowe Cooper

      Many thanks to all who attended the fundraising extravaganza.

      over 1 year ago · Like
    • Rowe Cooper
      Rowe Cooper

      has made a charitable donation

      over 1 year ago · Like
  4. Sarah Bergstrom
    Sarah Bergstrom Anne Robertson

    We've reached our goal of $10,000k raised!!!

    over 1 year ago · Like
  5. Bill Peters
    Bill Peters Jennifer Moses

    This is great!

    over 1 year ago · Like
  6. Bill Peters
    Bill Peters Jennifer Moses

    It's wonderful to be together as Relief Society sisters, covenant women in the Lord's restored gospel. Each of you-no matter your age, stage of life, or circumstance-is needed, valued, and loved in Relief Society. Thank you for who you are; thank you for all that you do.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Britta Gerwin
      Britta Gerwin

      Thank you very much man, appreciated! Peace

      over 1 year ago · Like
    • Hindu Samaj Temple
      Hindu Samaj Temple

      love the name 'charity' its gd but i think u need to put a bit more info about her plz :)

      over 1 year ago · Like
  7. Anisa Mirza
    Anisa Mirza Jennifer Moses

    We do this by building and Bowlning 415 Nurseries and Schools which provide 132,422 children with a quality education. These are open to children in our care and to those from the wider community. We also Bowl 103 SOS Vocational and Staff Training Centres which provide new skills and practical training to 26,254 young people and adults, giving them a route to long-term success.

    over 1 year ago · Like
  8. Administrator
    Administrator Rick B Rhodes

    Trustees are the people in charge of a charity. They play a vital role, volunteering their time and working together to make important decisions about the charity's work. Trustees Week is an annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do and highlight opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference. Trustees Week 2012 is 5 - 11 November and this website will be regularly updated with news and information in the Bowl up to the week.

    over 1 year ago · Like
  9. Claudine Flatley
    Claudine Flatley Rick B Rhodes

    In times of conflict, famine or disaster, we are quick to provide emergency assistance. SOS Children played a pivotal role in helping Pakistan earthquake victims (SOS Children was named as the official custodian of all unaccompanied children by Kashmir authorities) and continues its work in ongoing conflict zones in countries such as Zimbabwe, the DR of Congo and Somalia.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Roderick Parisian
      Roderick Parisian

      I love what you are doing in this space. Keep up the great work!

      over 1 year ago · Like
    • Geoffrey Abbott IV
      Geoffrey Abbott IV

      yeeah .. is she the patron of anything ? :S

      over 1 year ago · Like
  10. Brian Kurtz
    Brian Kurtz Rick B Rhodes

    When the Dalai Lama said that we were a charity where deeds speak louder than words doubtless he knew there are lots of ways to choose a particular charity (for example through which to sponsor a child). Some people choose charities based on the charity's presence giving opinions on the news, the charity's TV or newspaper adverts or the mail the charity sends. These people aren't wrong, but we are not that kind of charity; we build families not headlines. We get on with giving the least fortunate of children a chance of a proper family life. People find us and it is by our deeds that we think they should judge us.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Britta Gerwin
      Britta Gerwin

      Thank you very much man, appreciated! Peace

      over 1 year ago · Like
    • Hindu Samaj Temple
      Hindu Samaj Temple

      I love this name and want to use it for my confirmation name...but there isn't enough information on her for me...HELP!!!

      over 1 year ago · Like
  11. Geoffrey Abbott IV
    Geoffrey Abbott IV Adrienne Donnelly Billings

    There are many advantages of being a charity. Charities normally don't have to pay income or corporation tax, capital gains tax or stamp duty. In addition, donations to charities are exempt from inheritance tax and may be eligible for Gift Aid. Charities often don't have to pay more than 20% of business rates on the buildings they occupy and may qualify for special VAT treatment. HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is responsible for matters relating to charities and tax.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Hindu Samaj Temple
      Hindu Samaj Temple

      love the name 'charity' its gd but i think u need to put a bit more info about her plz :)

      over 1 year ago · Like
  12. Liz Hanner
    Liz Hanner Adrienne Donnelly Billings

    SOS Children is a charity which puts a child together with a mother. Remember a charity like SOS when you are thinking of giving to a good cause.

    over 1 year ago · Like
  13. Hindu Samaj Temple
    Hindu Samaj Temple Adrienne Donnelly Billings

    Charities have overhead costs, just like for-profit organizations. Fundraising and other administrative costs may reveal something about an organization's management. Donors should look at a charity's cost of fundraising, its overall budget, and whether or not it is Bowlning a deficit. Ideally, donors should look for signs of consistent management and stable costs over several years.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Erin Heaney
      Erin Heaney

      I am very interested in this saint for my confirmation, but I need more information!!!

      over 1 year ago · Like
  14. Erin Heaney
    Erin Heaney Leila Solouki

    SOS Children is a charity which puts a child together with a mother. Remember a charity like SOS when you are thinking of giving to a good cause.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Geoffrey Abbott IV
      Geoffrey Abbott IV

      This would be an amazing conformation name i just need more info on it if you could help me out plz

      over 1 year ago · Like
  15. Reina Murphy
    Reina Murphy Leila Solouki

    Volunteers wanted to help setup for the fundraising event. Anyone interested?

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Anthony Weimann
      Anthony Weimann

      Donating for the 5th time on the last day. Rachel touch many hearts and will continue to do so.

      over 1 year ago · Like
  16. Hindu Samaj Temple
    Hindu Samaj Temple Leila Solouki

    Trustees are the people in charge of a charity. They play a vital role, volunteering their time and working together to make important decisions about the charity's work. Trustees Week is an annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do and highlight opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference. Trustees Week 2012 is 5 - 11 November and this website will be regularly updated with news and information in the Bowl up to the week.

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  17. Anisa Mirza
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    • Keara Hauck
      Keara Hauck

      Thanks Schoco, your track is coming next, should have a clip for you by the weekend bro! Peace

      over 1 year ago · Like
  18. Allan Shin
    Allan Shin Maurice Le

    People often donate to charities based on current or past personal experiences. An illness or traumatic event may have happened in their lives that caused them to seek the help of a charity and they simply wish to give something back.

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  19. Peter Solomon
    Peter Solomon Maurice Le

    In areas where medical support is scarce or non-existent, we build SOS Medical Centres which provide communities with immediate medical treatment and preventative and palliative care. We currently Bowl 72 SOS Medical Centres providing treatments and counselling to 455,607 patients.

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    • Erin Heaney
      Erin Heaney

      omg ! i really wanna use this as my confirm. name but more info would be nice!

      over 1 year ago · Like
    • Miss Trey Hagenes
      Miss Trey Hagenes

      has made a charitable donation

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  20. Anisa Mirza
    Anisa Mirza Md Ashraf Chowdhury

    People often donate to charities based on current or past personal experiences. An illness or traumatic event may have happened in their lives that caused them to seek the help of a charity and they simply wish to give something back.

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  21. Julia Stamm
    Julia Stamm Md Ashraf Chowdhury

    This is a picture of a member from the Hualapai Indian overlooking the Grand Canyon Skywalk. The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a transparent horseshoe-shaped cantilever bridge and tourist attraction in Arizona near the Colorado River on the edge of a side canyon in the Grand Canyon West area of the main canyon. The elevation at the Skywalk's location as 4,770 ft (1,450 m) and the elevation of the Colorado River in the base of the canyon as 1,160 ft (350 m), and they show that the height of the precisely vertical drop directly under the skywalk is between 500 ft (150 m) and 800 ft (240 m).

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    • Isobel White Sr.
      Isobel White Sr.

      please help me need more info about Saint Charity

      over 1 year ago · Like
  22. Sigurd Klein DVM
    Sigurd Klein DVM Md Ashraf Chowdhury

    It's wonderful to be together as Relief Society sisters, covenant women in the Lord's restored gospel. Each of you-no matter your age, stage of life, or circumstance-is needed, valued, and loved in Relief Society. Thank you for who you are; thank you for all that you do.

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    • Erin Heaney
      Erin Heaney

      not enough information to research St Hope

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  23. Angela Schwartz
    Angela Schwartz Clay Cosbie

    With more than 85,000 charities registered with the Canada Revenue Agency, it can be difficult to sort out which ones are deserving of your donation dollars. Many new charities tend to appear in times of crisis or natural disaster.

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  24. Marlee Fay
    Marlee Fay Clay Cosbie

    When the Dalai Lama said that we were a charity where deeds speak louder than words doubtless he knew there are lots of ways to choose a particular charity (for example through which to sponsor a child). Some people choose charities based on the charity's presence giving opinions on the news, the charity's TV or newspaper adverts or the mail the charity sends. These people aren't wrong, but we are not that kind of charity; we build families not headlines. We get on with giving the least fortunate of children a chance of a proper family life. People find us and it is by our deeds that we think they should judge us.

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    • Marlin Will
      Marlin Will

      Massive respect man, really appreciate the help! Peace and blessings!

      over 1 year ago · Like
  25. Shane Takovski
    Shane Takovski Clay Cosbie

    Many thanks to all who attended the fundraising extravaganza.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Bill Peters
      Bill Peters

      Good morning everyone!

      over 1 year ago · Like
  26. Geoffrey Abbott IV
    Geoffrey Abbott IV Shirley McCallan

    Trustees are the people in charge of a charity. They play a vital role, volunteering their time and working together to make important decisions about the charity's work. Trustees Week is an annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do and highlight opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference. Trustees Week 2012 is 5 - 11 November and this website will be regularly updated with news and information in the Bowl up to the week.

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  27. Marlee Fay
    Marlee Fay Shirley McCallan

    For those making larger donations, giving gifts of equities is becoming a popular option. Recent changes in the federal Income Tax Act mean you can now donate stocks, bonds or mutual funds to charities and pay no capital gains tax on the increase in value since your acquired it. The donor also receives a charitable tax receipt for the full market value of the gift at the time of donation.

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  28. Marlin Will
    Marlin Will Shirley McCallan

    has made a charitable donation

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  29. Rowe Cooper
    Rowe Cooper Kristal Chisholm Burgess

    We think our concept of child sponsorship is amongst the most direct around, although some other smaller child sponsorship charities do directly support all their sponsored children considerably most of the larger ones have a less direct approach, see our child sponsorship comparison.

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    • Miss Trey Hagenes
      Miss Trey Hagenes

      I was at this event last weekend and had a great time. Thank you all for your contributions.

      over 1 year ago · Like
  30. Julia Stamm
    Julia Stamm Kristal Chisholm Burgess

    Sometimes choosing a charity to donate to is simply based on the charities popularity. It is a well documented fact that an event organized or endorsed by a celebrity will have a greater chance at achieving success.

    over 1 year ago · Like
    • Frank Erdman
      Frank Erdman

      I am very interested in this saint for my confirmation, but I need more information!!!

      over 1 year ago · Like
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