Captain’s Tools and Tips

Need help? Don’t worry, you’ve got a team at BBBS to help you out! Here are some helpful tips and resources to get you prepped for your team’s bowling night!

MARKETING MATERIALS

  • Additional pledge forms
  • Poster
  • Social media and web banners
  • E-signature
  • Social media post templates:

    “I’m participating in Tim Hortons Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake! You can help support me by making a secure online donation using your credit card at Bowl4Kids.ca. Thanks for your support!”

  • Email templates for internal emails to your company:

    “I’m bowling to support at-risk youth and children in the Niagara region! To join me at Tim Hortons Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake and lend your support, please visit Bowl4Kids.ca. If you can’t join me, you can still help by sponsoring my participation in this event. To sponsor me by making a secure donation online, click the link to my personal fundraising page (insert your custom page URL).Regards,”

  • E-Signature template:

    TIM HORTONS BOWL FOR KIDS SAKE | February 24th, 27th and March 3rd
    Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature annual fundraising campaign returns! Their 26th annual Tim Hortons Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake event takes place on February 24th, 27th and March 3rd at Parkway Lanes. This year’s theme is Zombies! I’m participating – and so should you! For more information or to register, please visit Bowl4Kids.ca

Zombie on a computerCorporate Gifts
You may want to increase your team’s fundraising efforts by requesting that your company match your pledges or make a donation. It’s never a bad idea to check up on their corporate matching
policies!

BOWLER RECRUITMENT TIPS

  • Talk about how the event helps vulnerable and at-risk youth and children in Niagara
  • Refer to the incentive levels and their respective IMPACT to the organization
  • Emphasize the prizes and fun
  • Engage your company or workplace for support
  • Plan an outing before or after your event
  • Recognize bowlers as they sign up