Team Fundraising Page of Ron & Julie Smith's Kones for Kids
In support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern MI.
Ron & Julie Smith's Kones for Kids
Kones for Kids. Ice Cream with a Purpose. Kones for Kids was created by Ron Smith, an amazing Big Brother and the former HR Director at Bill Marsh Auto Group, to raise funds and awareness for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan. Since 2012, Ron has raised over $45,000 to support Bigs - that is a very BIG deal! By supporting Ron today, YOU are defending the potential of every child. Thank you!
days left to give
raised of $5,000 goal
Location / Venue
- Incredible Mo's
- 1355 Silver Lake Crossings Blvd.
- Grawn, MI 49637
- May 07, 2019 12:00 am to
- May 08, 2019 12:00 am
About This Campaign
We're not just looking for bowlers this year - we're looking for Defenders of Potential! Join us and defend the potential of our community's children by taking part in Bowl for Kids' Sake. This is a fun and easy way for you and your company, friends, or family to support the life-changing work of Big Brothers Big Sisters. If you care about kids and can spare two hours to have fun with your friends, then Bowl for Kids' Sake is for you!
It's SO simple! Form a five person team and pledge to raise $625 - only $125 per person! Hit your fundraising goals and join the party in your honor to celebrate YOU and win great prizes, enjoy tasty food and HAVE FUN!
The event begins each night with a happy hour/check-in from 5-5:55pm and officially kicks off at 6pm.
Great Lakes Stainless, Inc gave a $242.93 donation
Floor Covering Brokers Carpet One gave a $316.77 donationFrom your "floorever" friends at Floor Covering Brokers Carpet One! We love our Big Brothers Big Sisters!!
Mid-American Title Company gave a $53.04 donation
Tentcraft gave a $253.48 donationKones for Kids
An anonymous donation of $316.77 has been made
Kensington Church gave a $53.04 donation
Indigo Health Partners gave a $125 donation
Angela I gave a donation
Peterson McGregor & Associates gave a $264.02 donation
Prout Financial Design gave a $500 donation
Old Mission Investment and Trust Cos gave a $105.79 donation
Robert Manville gave a $50 donation