The Fundraising Page of Abdul Karimeh
It's not about bowling... it's about helping kids!
A Message From Abdul Karimeh
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 that day.
A limited number of kids & adults snowshoes are available so BOOK EARLY.
WEATHER PERMITTING - will reschedule if no snow.
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 ...
For you to receive a tax credit for your donation, a charity must be registered with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and have been issued a charitable number. Each year the charity makes a filing with the agency, which is publicly posted on the CRA website. Provincial Attorneys General also have authorities to regulate the activities of charities in the marketplace.
A significant part of our income derives from child sponsorship. In general we tend to use other donations and contributions to set up new events and pay for building Children's Villages, building centres to Bowl programmes for Aids Orphans as well as admin costs etc, but we reserve child sponsorship contributions to pay for the Bowlning costs of our programmes.