Axe throwing has been rated #1 in fun activities and games in the metro area. So, on Saturday, April 25th, we are partnering with The Axe Company in Fairview Heights to host a fun night to remember.
Roughly 15% of our active matches are with military and first responder professionals, our Big Heroes. These men and women make some of the most wonderful mentors. Help us match the best in our community with the dozens of Littles on our waitlist in need of a caring adult in their life!
Just like bowling at Cops for Kids‘ Sake, Raise an Axe will be a very similar format. Simply organize a team of six of your friends, family and/or colleagues and fundraise $750 as a team by rallying your network to donate for the cause.
The Axe Company
Saturday, April 25th - 5:00pm
Raise an Axe for Kids' Sake is a fun and easy way to positively impact a child's life. Just follow the simple steps below:
- Start a team. Teams are formed with six members. Consider creating a team with family, friends, fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, or co-workers.
- Start securing donations. Teams are required to raise $750 collectivly, but most bowlers raise anywhere from $200-$1,000+ individually.
- Super Thrower Prizes: Each month we will be awarding $25 gift card to the individual who has raised the most that month starting in February and running through April.
Super Team Prizes: Teams that raise $1,500 or more by April 25 will receive exclusive Big Brothers Big Sisters swag for their entire team
Grand Prize : The team with the most dollars raised by April 25 will win the coveted 2020 Raise an Axe for Kids’ Sake “Big Defender” trophy at the event
- Start Throwing. After you have secured your donations, it's time to have fun! You'll receive two hours of axe throwing, BBQ from Sugarfire, and a Big Brothers Big Sisters T-shirt
So what are you waiting for? Start your team today! Partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters through Raise an Axe for Kids' Sake makes a positive, long-lasting impact on children in your community. Our mentoring works. It works to help broaden children's perspectives and help them learn how to make good choices. It starts a child on the path to fulfilling their potential and succeeding in school and life.