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Bowl for the Cure® is a year-round fundraising initiative sponsored by the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) to benefit Susan G. Komen®. USBC Associations, Leagues and even individuals like you help drive this program by hosting bowling events with fun formats all to support the fight against breast cancer. Event forms, tools and ideas are available here to help you host a successful Bowl for the Cure event.  

Bowl for the Cure also offers a line of branded merchandise. 25% of the retail sales price for each item sold benefits Komen.

Learn more about hosting or participating in an event in your area!

About Bowl for the Cure®

The mission of Bowl for the Cure® is to promote breast cancer awareness through the sport of bowling. This is achieved through our major yearly initiatives – Bowl for the Cure Month in February, the Meet for the Cure® presentation at USBC Convention in April, Bowl for the Cure Week at the Women’s Championships and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

One of our inspirational and dynamic events is Meet for the Cure® at USBC Convention. Working with Susan G. Komen®, we educate delegates on breast cancer, highlight our community’s fundraising accomplishments and honor those we have lost, those still fighting and those who have survived in a touching pink glow stick ceremony.

Bowl for the Cure® continues to reach USBC members to champion survivors, promote awareness, and increase funding for the fight against breast cancer.

USBC invites everyone to BOWL PINK by hosting or participating in a Bowl for the Cure event in your area to raise funds for the fight against breast cancer. Learn more about how you can make a difference and raise funds for the fight against breast cancer.

While we’re proud of our work that we do at the national level, it’s really the efforts and enthusiasm of bowlers across the country that make Bowl for the Cure what it is today. Together, we are working to accomplish a vision that we all share: a world without breast cancer.

– Chad Murphy, USBC Executive Director