Bowlers are wrapping up their efforts to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Sunday marked the last day of the Muskingum County Bowl for Kids' Sake fundraiser at Maysville All Star Lanes. Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Mollie Crooks said the turnout was less than expected, but every bit helps.
"The event has been phenomenal once again. We were down on teams this year and we were a little down on fundraising, but right now we're standing at 62,000...
Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for volunteers to help raise money - by bowling.
The Bowl for Kids Sake "Rock and Bowl" event raises money to help recruit, screen and match volunteer mentors with local youth. Executive Director Mollie Crooks says she was overwhelmed by the community's generosity at last year's event.
"The Bowl for Kids Sake in Muskingum County has turned into a four day event because of the great support and great participation we've had...
All it takes is a little effort to make a big difference in the life of a child.
On Saturday about 100 "bigs" and "littles" spent the afternoon at Blits Restaurant and Arcade in Zanesville. They're part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, which helps children reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships.
"My favorite part is being that sponsor, that mentor to someone that may not have one in his or her life,...
Buckeye fans are coming together to gear up for the big Ohio State games left on the schedule and to support a good cause.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Zanesville will be hosting a Buckeye pep rally at the Eaglesticks Golf Club Friday night. The fundraiser benefits the mentoring programs offered by the organization. Executive Director Mollie Crooks says there will be music, food, games and raffles.
"This will be our 11th year. So eleven years in 2011 and each...
Volunteers across southeast Ohio with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization were honored Tuesday evening.
The award dinner held at Bryan Place in downtown Zanesville was a time to recognize the hard work and service that these volunteers have given back to others.
"I think a lot of them don't really think they are doing anything that big. We know and I hope eventually they realize the huge difference they are making in the life of this child just from being a friend of...
The local chapter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters hosted its 27th Annual "Bowl for Kids Sake" on Sunday.
Executive Director Mollie Crooks said 32% of the organization's funding is generated through this event.
"It's a phenomenally giving community and so we know there's a lots of opportunities for people to give, we think that the people that give to our program are passionate about children who see the results," she Crooks.
Buckeye fans are putting on their jerseys for a good cause.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Zanesville hosted a Buckeye pep rally for the big game against Michigan next week. It was held at the Eaglesticks Golf Club Friday night. The fundraiser benefits the mentoring programs offered by the organization.
"At Big Brothers Big Sisters there's opportunities to volunteer in many ways, whether it's organizing fund raising activities or being a big," said Co-chair Beth Chapman....
Big Brothers Big Sisters is giving you the chance to win $10,000.
The local organization is selling tickets at $100 each for a chance to win $10,000. The drawing will be at their Buckeye Pep Rally fundraiser at the Eagle Sticks Golf Course November 19th.
"The money raised from the fundraising events are used to recruit children and volunteers, to screen those volunteers, and do background checks, interviews, driving record checks, and also then we match those children...
Some youth in our community are in need of guidance.
The Muskingum Family Y hosted a Big Brothers Big Sisters picnic Sunday afternoon. The organization is nationally recognized for it's mentoring program.
"We won't turn any child away, because every child always needs that special someone that might not be their mom or their dad, so they can just talk to about personal things," said Sarah Browning, Development Coordinator.