At the 32nd annual United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire (UCPIE) Bowl-a-thon, held Sept. 10 at Palm Springs Lanes, every game was a perfect game.
They were perfect — not always because of the scores but because the Bowl-a-thon reflects UCPIE’s mission: “Life without limits for people with disabilities.” This year’s Bowl-a-thon drew approximately 150 people and raised $12,000 to support UCPIE’s adaptive bike and after-school programs.
The adaptive bike program is open to special needs individuals of all ages residing in both Riverside and San Bernardino counties. According to UCPIE, support from event sponsors means that 100% of the funds raised will go directly to programs.
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Palm Springs Subaru was the event’s presenting sponsor. Mario’s Italian Kitchen, Tour de Palm Springs and Esser Air Conditioning and Heating were the lunch sponsors. Lane sponsors include: SBEMP, Andy Duvall, Walter Clark Legal, Enroth Family, Tamica Foots-Rachal, Altura Credit Union, Mercury Film & Television, Majestic Shutters Inc., Desert Occupational Therapy for Kids, Shottenkirk Desert Lexus, Thousand Palms Chamber of Commerce, Creative Baskets by Liz Senso, Mark D. Brady Photography, Premier Security, Mr. Pickles and Wolfgang, Bank of America Private Banking and Navarro Engineering.
United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire’s mission is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities. Learn more about our programs: Custom Adaptive Bikes, Family Empowerment Program, In-home Respite Care, Skill Builder’s After- School Program, and Referrals.
UCPIE’s mission would not be possible without our donors and sponsors and their continued commitment in helping us provide a life without limits for our special needs community! Become part of the UCPIE Family by making a donation today. 100% of your donation will go directly to UCPIE programs and services.