Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley and the Fountain Valley Kiwanis Club are teaming up to make a difference to our community’s kids through the 15th Annual Pins for Kids Bowling Tournament on August 12, 2023 at the Fountain Valley Bowling Center. We’ll also have an online auction to help raise funds for our two great causes!

Schedule of Events

  • 5:30pm Registration Opens & BBQ Dinner Served
    BBQ Tri tip and Chicken Dinner
    Dessert by Fountain Valley Grocery Outlet
  • 5:45pm Presentation of Scholarships
    Kelly Osborn Foundation
    Hyundai Motor America
  • 6:15pm Bowling Practice
  • 6:30pm Tournament Begins – 3 Games
    Regular 10 Pin
    9 Pin “No-Tap”
    8 Pin “No-Tap”
  • 8:00pm Raffle Winners Announced & Silent Auction Closes
  • 8:15pm Bowling Awards Presented
    1st & 2nd Place Teams
    High Score, Men and Women
  • Auction item pickup available at the event or from 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday, August 14 -18 at the Club’s Pacific Life Foundation Branch at Golden West College, 15645 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach

You can help the kids at the Boys & Girls Club and help the Kiwanis Club make a difference in our community:

  • Register to bowl or make a cash donation
  • Donate items for the online auction
  • Bid in the online auction, open from August 4 to August 12th at 8:00pm. You’ll be able to bid from your phone, tablet, or computer.
  • Buy a raffle ticket. $25 gets you a 1 in 169 chance to win a $1,000 Amazon gift card!

As always, proceeds from the Pins for Kids Bowling Tournament are shared between the Boys & Girls Club and the Kiwanis Club, so this is your chance to help TWO great organizations in our community. You’ll help give thousands of children access to the Boys & Girls Club’s award-winning programs, like after school care, full day programs during the summer, sports leagues, and lots more. And, through the Kiwanis Club, you’ll support charity projects throughout the community, like Robyne’s Nest, Therapeutic Riding Center of Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley Regional Hospital, Orangewood Children’s Home, and Kiwanis Club’s own projects like giving college scholarships, working with youth at local high schools, providing clothing essentials for disadvantaged children, and much more.