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NELCWIT's 37th Annual Bowlathon

A team for NEW ENGLAND LEARNING CENTER FOR WOMEN IN TRANSITION INC

  • $1,560
    Raised
  • 49
    Donors
  • 8
    Fundraisers

This campaign already ended. We hope you like the results!

$1,560 raised

of $15,000

($1,455 online, $105 offline)


This year’s Bowlathon will be held from 12:00 to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, January 25, 2014, at French King Bowling Center, Route 2, Erving, MA

Leaderboard

name dollars donors

1

madeleine gorman

••Madeleine & Eli's Bowlathon Team••

$605 19

2

Gretchen Krull

Gretchen's Team

$290 8

3

NELCWIT New England Learning Ctr for Women in Transition

Team Zoraida

$225 7

4

Christi Bartos

Team Imagine Beads

$225 6

5

Cynthia Von Flatern

NWDA Office Bowling Team

$220 3

6

Mary Jo Korfhage

Mary Jo's Team

$70 2

7

NELCWIT New England Learning Ctr for Women in Transition

Susan Manatt's Team

$60 3

8

Cheryl Dupra

CSO Flamingos

$10 1

Most Recent Donations

Most Recent Comments

Last year over a dozen teams bowled to raise over $12,000 in one day, surpassing our fundraising goal! We hope you are able to register again and come out to join us for another spectacular, fun, family event.
This important fundraiser directly supports NELCWIT’s operating budget and helps maintain our 24 hours crisis line and counseling and advocacy center in Greenfield.
If you can't bowl, this is the place to donate directly to the event. Every dollar helps! Thank you!
NELCWIT has served domestic and sexual assault survivors and our community for over 35 years. In 2012, we provided support for 580 survivors, answered 1240 hotline calls, helped 236 people petition for restraining order protection, and assisted 126 women and children who came to our Greenfield office without appointments, in crisis.
Your generosity makes our work possible! This year, with your help, we hope to raise even more. As we approach the New Year, we are looking forward to a future where children value one another, respect differences, and learn that compassion, kindness, and love are the building blocks of healthy relationships and peaceful communities.
Together, we can create a society that we can all be proud of and that will honor future generations. Working in partnership, we can produce astonishing transformations. We lead by example, and as our children see us responding to the violence in our communities and at home, they will gain a sense of hope and dedication.
Your support is deeply appreciated!
Cheryl Rogers, Executive Director

Team Captain

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