FoxNet Claims Top Fundraising Spot For Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl For Kids

March 23, 2015

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FoxNet had another successful year participating in the Annual Big Brother Big Sisters Bowl for Kid’s Sake! It’s the signature fundraising event of Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada that takes place over February and March.

Bowling Bill FoxEvery year, we have a blast bowling and aim to beat our own fundraising goal. The FoxNet team loves to compete!

The big bowling day winner was Allan Kennedy who finished the day with a score of 390 (over 3 games). Allan bowled away the competition with Erik, in second place, who scored 321 and Ryan, in third, who finished with 315.

But those weren’t the only winners!

Our fundraising goal was set at $2,000, which we nearly doubled, totaling our donations at $3,704.99 for 2015.

Bill Fox was our top fundraiser by far, raising $1,570 followed by Nancy Fox with $405. Way to go Fox’s!

For the first time, since we began Bowl For Kids, FoxNet ranked first overall!

1. FoxNet
2. BDO Canada LLP
3. Giffen Gutterballs
4. KPMG Bowlers – Waterloo
5. D2L

AND Bill Fox ranked first for the top overall individual fundraiser!

Congratulations and a big “thank you” to every company that participated. Competition is best when put to good use, and this is certainly a fundraiser well worth our efforts.

Bowl For Kids






  1. Dave Camposarcone says:

    Way to go, Bill and the Foxnet Team!!

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