Fundraising Prizes: Raise Money, Win Things


We all love bowling, but our main goal with The Dude Hates Cancer is to raise money and eventually cure cancer. That’s why we reward our participants with fundraising prizes for their fundraising efforts rather than for their exploits on the lanes.

All participants that raise additional money for our cause outside of their registration fee stand to win great prizes in our fundraising competition. We’re in the process of collecting fundraising prizes from generous businesses for this year’s event, and as they come in we’ll post them here to whet your fundraising appetites.

Any participant that raises over $100 for the cause is automatically entered into the fundraising raffle, where they can win any number of great prizes. The more you raise, the more chances you get!

  • Every $100 raised: 1 ticket in the fundraising raffle
  • Funds raised must be recorded online (on personal fundraising pages) by 9/22 at 12:00 noon.
  • You will receive your raffle tickets when you check in at the tournament, and we will draw winners during both sessions.

Here’s what participants WON in 2016 (And an example of what you can expect in 2017!):

1st Place Fundraising Team

The Big BOOZE Prize – bottles and bottles of premium beverages donated by the 2016 Organizing Committee.

2nd Place Fundraising Team

The Big BEER Prize – 6 cases of Yard’s beer (Tentatively: Brawler, PPA, ESA, IPA, GW Porter, and TJ Tavern Ale)

3rd Place Fundraising Team

A Bowling Party for 10 at Pinsetter Bar & Bowl!

The Top 3 Individual Fundraisers Get Their Choice Of:

A $150 Gift Certificate to Hugo’s Frog Bar & Chop House

Three Cases of Yard’s Beer

One case of Yards beer and a bottle of Tito’s Vodka

Thanks so much to our sponsors and Friends of the Dude for donating these prizes!

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