Strike Out Stigma Bowl-A-Thon


Striking out stigma one pin at a time!

You are invited to join us for our 6th year annual Strike Out Stigma Bowl-A-Thon!!! Join us as we come together to show support for individuals and families affected by mental illness and raise money for NAMI Indiana programs and advocacy around the state.

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October 4th - 10th, 2020

Virtual


For more information, please contact:

Contact Name: Richard Dixon

Contact Phone: 317-925-9399 ext: 108

Contact Email: rdixon@namiindiana.org

So, how does it work?


It’s easy as 1, 2, 3! The event this year will be held virtually, so it’s time to dust off your Wii bowling or host a friendly competition of lawn bowling in your yard with your family. Get creative and tag NAMI Indiana for a chance to win some cool prizes.


Before you get started with signing up and recruiting your team, decide what you want your team to accomplish and follow these initial steps:

1. Choose a team name (or have your teammates choose the name together).

2. Set your team goals:

a. Our team seeks to raise $ .

b. Our team aims to recruit # of bowlers. Each bowler will strive to raise $__

To create a $1,000 team, recruit 9 team members, plus you, who each raise $100.

3. Register your team:

a. Visit https://fundraiseyourway.nami.org/event/strikeoutstigma

b. Then select REGISTER NOW

4. Once you create your team page, bookmark it. Utilize your team web page to keep your team members motivated and informed, as well as to collect online donations.


Where does my donation go?

  • $40- materials for 1 person to take a 12 week Family-to-Family class or a 10 week Peer-to-Peer class at no cost to the Participant

  • $1,000- materials for a class of 25 to receive Family-to-Family at no cost to participant

  • $2,000- provides teacher stipends and materials for a class of 25 to receive the Peer-to-Peer training at no cost to participant

  • AND charitable donations support all advocacy initiatives at the Indiana State House and help make possible critical public policy work.

Questions? Contact Richard Dixon at rdixon@namiindiana.org

Thank you to our generous sponsors: