The Fundraising Page of James Henry

34th Annual Bowl for Kids' Sake

About This Campaign

Bowl for Kids’ Sake is about having fun to help put kids on a positive path in life! Raise funds and bowl with friends, family or coworkers to support the BBBS 1:1 mentoring programs.

Choose one of the below dates during the registration process.  
If you are looking for Monmouth University or Nerium events, please visit www.bbbsmmc.org and click on Bowl for Kids' Sake. 

BARNABAS HEALTH

Friday, March 11th 6-8pm, Shore Lanes, Neptune

MERIDIAN HEALTH
Monday, March 14th 6-8pm, Shore Lanes, Neptune

BIG BANK CHALLENGE & RARITAN BAY MEDICAL CENTER
Friday, March 18th 6-8pm, Brunswick Zone, Hazlet

RANNEY SCHOOL & COMMUNITY
Saturday, April 16th 12-2pm, Brunswick Zone, Hazlet

RETAIL NIGHT & COMMUNITY
Sunday, April 24th 7:45-9:45pm, Shore Lanes, Neptune

STARBUCKS & COMMUNITY 
Wednesday, April 27th 7:30-9:30pm, The Lanes at Sea Girt

PUBLIC EVENT
Sunday, March 13th 12-2pm, Knob Hill, Manalapan

How Do I Bowl For Kids’ Sake?

Form a team of 5-6 people, register online and raise a minimum of $100 per person (student minimum is $50). 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 in your community. Your support will improve the lives of young people and help them grow into happy, confident and successful adults!

Bowling, shoes, food, giveaways and prizes are all included!

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • NJ
  • USA
  • Time:
  • Mar 04, 2016 06:30 pm to
  • Apr 27, 2016 07:00 pm
  1. Deborah Henry
    Deborah Henry gave a $200 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
    Good Luck to all !
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  2. Kelly Arek
    Kelly Arek gave a $100 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  3. Will and Danielle Simmons
    Will and Danielle Simmons gave a $50 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  4. Jen & Mike Lefthand
    Jen & Mike Lefthand gave a $50 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
    Keep up the great work!!!
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  5. Anne Delahanty
    Anne Delahanty gave a $50 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  6. Kerri Evanson
    Kerri Evanson gave a $50 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  7. Jeffrey Schaumburg
    Jeffrey Schaumburg gave a $200 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  8. Deb Henry
    Deb Henry gave a $100 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
    Dedication : Debbie and Jim Henry
    Thanks for your dedication to Ali and for cultivating another engineer for this world.
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  9. Matthew Dino
    Matthew Dino gave a $25 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  10. Colleen Geraghty
    Colleen Geraghty gave a $50 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  11. Frank Cosentino
    Frank Cosentino gave a $500 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
    Dedication : All Big Brothers doing such great work.
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  12. Monica Barrett
    Monica Barrett gave a $25 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
    In honor of Jim and his "little brother" - a great example of years of brotherly love.
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  13. Fran Davino
    Fran Davino gave a $200 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  14. Jim Henry
    Jim Henry gave a $300 donation to support James Henry to support Dynamic Engineering
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  15. Jim Henry
    Jim Henry

    Each year I try to raise money for Big Brothers as I have been a Big Brother for 8 years and I have recently been appointed to the Board of Trustees. I ask that my friends, colleagues, and family consider donating to help support the organization. BBBS helps save hundreds of underprivileged youth each year. Each dollar will help train mentors to help children in our community.

    If any of you are interested in volunteering please reach out to me as there are kids waiting to be matched in the organization.

    This is my last year being an 'official' Big Brother as my little brother is a senior in high school, but our relationship will continue into adulthood. Throughout high school he has excelled at his advanced placement and honors classes. In addition, he has consistently been on the honor roll and high honor roll.

    He plans to attend college in the Fall and to major in engineering. He has applied to Rutgers, Northeastern, Princeton, Cal Berkeley, Penn State just to name a few. He has already been accepted to a very competitive college and is waiting to hear back from many of the colleges listed above.

    BBBSMMC served 648 children in 2015 through 1:1 mentoring! This includes 396 children served through our 6 School Based Programs and 4 Beyond School Walls Programs. 19 Kids Club events were held with 592 attendees and 76 donated sporting and event tickets were enjoyed by Bigs & Littles.

    BBBSMMC hosted 5 special events supported by over 1,500 attendees. 693 volunteers logged an extraordinary 41,500 hours providing mentoring, organizing events, and serving as Board and committee members. 3.71 years is the average length of a Big-Little Match in our Community Based Program!

    Below please find the statistics proving BBBS is making a difference:

    85% improved or stayed the same in their feelings of scholastic competency

    93% believe they will graduate high school

    99% arrest reported that they had not been arrested for a crime, offense, or violation

    87% believe that they will go onto and graduate from college

    97% were competent in avoiding risky behaviors like tobacco, drugs and alcohol use

    86% felt confident in their social acceptance

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    Jim Henry
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