Boca Raton, FL, June 25, 2019 – Boca Helping Hands is holding its 13th Annual Bowling for Bread Event on Sunday, August 25 at Strikes@Boca Raton, 21046 Commercial Trail, Boca Raton, from 2-5 p.m. Participants will enjoy an afternoon with food, bowling, trophies and a silent auction. This community event will benefit participating children’s charities which include 4KIDS of South Florida, Inc.; Adopt a Family; American Association of Caregiving Youth; Boys and Girls Club of Boca Raton; Family Promise of South Palm Beach County; Florence Fuller (East & West); HomeSafe; Jim & Jan Moran Boys & Girls Club; Place of Hope; PROPEL; Salvation Army; SOS Children’s Villages; Unicorn Children’s Foundation; and Peter Blum Family YMCA of Boca Raton.

The event is part of Boca Chamber Festival Days—a series of fun filled events held at different locations during the month of August—and is facilitated by the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. First Citizens Bank is Bowling for Bread’s For-Profit Partner and the Event Sponsor is the Lee Pearlson Steinberg Foundation.

Sponsorships and lanes are available:
Corporate Sponsorships are $600. A $200 contribution will reserve a lane. The cost to sponsor a child from one of the non-profits so the child can bowl is $50.

For more information visit or contact Karen Swedenborg at 561-417-0913, ext. 202 or email

About Boca Helping Hands
Boca Helping Hands (BHH) is a community-based nonprofit that provides food, medical and financial assistance to meet basic human needs as well as education, job training and guidance to create self-sufficiency.

BHH distributes more than 70,000 pantry bags each year at three Palm Beach County locations and serves over 55,000 hot meals annually, six days per week. The organization expands access to affordable medical, dental and behavioral care through its partnership with Genesis Community Health, serving uninsured clients at clinics in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach. BHH sends weekend meals home with local elementary school students via the BHH Backpacks Program and assists working families with the rising cost of childcare through the Children’s Assistance Program (CAP).

With an increased focus on client self-sufficiency, BHH offers free English as a Second Language (ESOL) classes and courses in nutrition and other life skills. Staff and volunteers also counsel the unemployed and underemployed in basic workplace skills, and BHH awards scholarships for qualified candidates to attend accredited vocational training classes for Hospitality, Home Health Aide, Commercial Truck Driving, Customer Service Representative, IT Help Desk Technician, Certified Nursing Assistant and Medical Billing and Coding.

In January, Charity Navigator named Boca Helping Hands a Four Star Charity for the 13th Consecutive Year.

Boca Helping Hands is located at 1500 NW 1st Court, Boca Raton, FL 33432. For more information, please visit