Welcome to the North Dakota Women In Need Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon website!
Sunday, April 14th 1pm - 5pm
All Star Bowl
309 17th St N Moorhead, MN 56560
Red River Women's Clinic and the ND Women In Need Fund fill a vital health care gap by helping women get the reproductive health care they need without bias or judgement. We believe that every woman should have the right to shape her own life and the right to care for herself and her family with dignity. The money you help raise will help women from across the tri-state region help low income women pay for their abortion care and birth control and these women thank you for your generosity!
This year's event will be bigger and better than ever!!
* Awesome prizes for the team with the BEST COSTUMES!
* Kids teams are welcome!
* Kid friendly games
* More awesome prizes for the team and individual who raises the most $$$$ for the fund!
* Trivia while bowling, the team with the most points at the end of the day will win prizes!!
* Taco Shop taco-in-a-bag for $5 with all proceeds going to the fund
* Door prizes just for registering when you come to the bowling alley
* Best Team name contest
It's easy to get involved, whether you're a captain, a bowler, or a fan/supporter, we're thrilled to have you! To be a team captain just register your team name and have up to 4 or 5 friends sign up under that team name! It's that easy! If you are wanting to sign up under a team that a friend has started you can do that too. Then you can use the tools provided on your team page to send emails, Twitter or Facebook messages to your friends asking for donations to help your team meet it's fundraising goal. The money you raise will have a direct impact on women's lives by helping provide a portion of her fee, gas money to get to and from the clinic or help pay for birth control.
We are so happy you are doing your part to support Choice in your community!
"Young women need to know that abortion rights and abortion access are not presents bestowed or retracted by powerful men or women but freedoms won, as freedom always is, by people struggling on their own behalf." Katha Pollitt