Pledge Challenge Awards

Become A Part of the Pledge Challenge!

The Pledge Challenge is a fun way to encourage our fundraising bowlers to collect pledges!  After much feedback, we have created even better chances for bowlers to win!

Pledge Challenge Awards: Last year’s Pledge Challenge Awards included dinner for 20 at Penalty Box, Night at the Hampton Inn,  gift certificate at Caesars Windsor and more! Thank you to all our community supporters who have provided awards.

Bowlers MUST Pre-Register a week before the event to be eligible for Pledge Awards so your name can be entered into the data base.

Each bowler on your team has the opportunity to win a Pledge Challenge Award! How? Raise your pledge totals!

Need ideas to boost your pledges?

  • Start early and set a goal!
  • Sponsor yourself first and others will follow your lead.
  • Have your Pledge Form handy at all times!
  • Let people know why you are participating.
  • Ask last year’s donors to sponsor you again.
  • Ask your friends, family, and neighbours for a pledge and for other contacts who may also want to support you!
  • Talk to your employer about giving a pledge on behalf of the company or about matching the total amount you pledge.

Always make sure to thank your donors for their support.  If people can’t donate, why not ask them to participate in the event with you!

Corporate Teams! Make sure to check with your human resources department to see if your company participates in a corporate giving or matching program. Host events at your workplace to help make fundraising FUN! Think of a dress-down day for donations or a BBQ or bake sale! Every bit counts towards your team goal.

Pledge Challenge Awards

  • Highest Amount of $$ Raised by a Child 13 and Under who raises the money themselves (no threshold).
  • Highest Amount of $$ Raised by a Youth 14 – 18 who raises the money themselves (no threshold).
  • 3rd Place Pledge Award (over $1000)
  • 2nd Place Pledge Award (over $1000)
  • Overall Achiever ~ Is awarded to the person who raises the most money overall (over $2000).