The 2020 No-Show Bottomless Bowl
Ready…set…do not bowl! Yes, our most important fundraiser of the year, the Bottomless Bowl, is rolling a little differently this year – no bowling! Instead of lacing up those bowling shoes, we invite you to put on comfy slippers and snuggle up to your computer for a terrific silent auction. It starts November 9 on Facebook, with competition for some fantastic items building to the thrilling conclusion and announcement of winners on November 13th.
Every penny raised will help us bring empowering toy experiences to children going through treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses, as well as families impacted by COVID-19. Please click below to find out how to sponsor, make a monetary or auction donation, or start a Facebook fundraiser. We count on money raised from The Bottomless Bowl to run our program and appreciate any amount of support you can give!
Click an option below for more information.
Do you have a service or a cool item you’d like to donate for our Facebook auction? That would be great! Please contact Julia Sommers at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would be SO appreciative if you could support our No-Show Bottomless Bowl fundraiser by doing a Facebook fundraiser on our behalf. Your support will help us raise awareness and much needed funds for our program!
To create a fundraiser for The Bottomless Toy Chest, click here or follow these steps:
- Click Fundraisers in the left menu of your News Feed. You may need to click See More.
- Click + Raise Money.
- Select Nonprofit or Charity.
- Select The Bottomless Toy Chest as your charitable organization, fill in the fundraiser details and choose a cover photo.
- Click Create.
Your generous support will help us bring toys, joy, and hope to children going through cancer treatment at:
Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Children’s Hospital of Michigan-Troy
Beaumont Children’s Hospital
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital
Ascension St. John Meade Pediatric Center
Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital
MSU Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic
Sickle Cell Disease Assn. of MI
ProMedica Toledo Children’s Hospital
Georgia Memorial Hospital – Savannah
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
Texas Children’s Hospital