Enrolling your kids in sports is essential if you want to give them a well-rounded childhood. Not only do athletic programs instill discipline and motivation, but they also foster teamwork—and they happen to be lots of fun. Sadly, there are families in every community who cannot afford the fees, gear, and other costs associated with athletics. Since the team at Buffalo Wild Wings® believes that every child deserves the chance to play, this national sports bar chain is happy to help teams around the country raise money so they can keep costs down for everyone.
Why You Should Turn to Your Local Sports Bar for Help With Fundraising
On a National Scale
Buffalo Wild Wings is committed to helping communities around America thrive, and that means supporting the athletic endeavors of local kids. That’s why they have teamed up with Boys & Girls Club of America (BGCA) to ensure children everywhere have the means to play their favorite sport.
By 2020, Buffalo Wild Wings will have donated more than $17 million to fund various BGCA athletic programs around the country, including those for basketball, football, dance, and cheerleading. You can join the cause by purchasing an eligible sauce or seasoning product or by eating at one of their restaurants during the month of October and buying a pinup or wristband.
For Smaller Communities
Although BGCA exposes millions of kids to team sports, they are not the only organization that needs help. If there is an organization in your community that provides the means for low-income families to enroll their kids in sports, your local sports bar can help. Through Buffalo Wild Wings’ Eat Wings, Raise Funds programs, you can set up a fundraiser that will benefit the sports programs in your community. Visit them online to apply.
If you want to learn more about fundraising campaigns, head to your local Buffalo Wild Wings—and enjoy some hot wings while you’re there. The staff there will be able to tell you more about their programs. You can find the sports bar nearest you by visiting their website.