As Chair of the KW Cares Committee (, I am heading up the Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser.

When: October 6 from 12-5pm

Where: Ten Pin Alley

Fundraising Why?: IHN or

About IHN: This is a restart program for homeless families with children. Many of us can turn a blind eye to an adult that is living on the street, but I never knew how many of our own LOCAL homeless are children.

IHN helps people start over; from the hand-made blanket and pillow that people get on the first night in their care to resume and rent-record assistance. This program is so successful at helping people become contributing members, that several have joined IHN as treasured employees. Their stories put my own life into a different perspective.

I have been very blessed. I have never been faced with living on the street. By supporting a program that is determined to assist only those that are ready to help themselves, I feel that it is the best combination of a win-win possible.

Feel free to join in or you can donate to sponsor a bowler.

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