2019 Bowling for Bursaries

par Merit Award Bursary Program Incorporated

  • mardi, 02 avril 2019 de 5:00 Après-midi à 11:59 Après-midi (HAA)
  • The Ballroom 145 John Street, Toronto, ON M5V 2E4

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It’s time to lace up and knock ‘em down: April 2, 2019, the Merit Bowling for Bursaries Fundraiser will once again roll downtown to hit up The Ballroom, Toronto’s premier ten-pin bowling venue. Last year’s event was a rousing success, bringing in over $55,000 toward the Merit Award Bursary Program, which provides senior high school students with bursaries as an incentive to pursue post-secondary education. And 2019’s event is slated to be another knock-out.

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Check out last year’s pics to get a glimpse of the fun along with all the supporters who came out to The Ballroom lanes for Toronto’s bowling fundraiser with heart.



9 lanes 18 teams duke it out, but the real winners are the students you support.

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The Ballroom
145 John Street, Toronto, ON M5V 2E4

2 avril 2019
mardi, 2 avril 2019 5:00 Après-midi (HAA)


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The Merit Award Bursary Program

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Merit strives to be a leading contributor of recognition and financial awards to senior secondary school students in high needs Greater Toronto Area schools. This is accomplished by providing incentives to youth of all abilities to pursue advancement through education; to contribute to their community; and as a motivational tool for educators and parents to encourage youth to stay in school. Many of the students that apply for the Merit Award are from diverse backgrounds and have endured considerable personal and financial hardships.The Merit Award is a grassroots organization, started in 1996 by a group of Toronto residents who felt it was important to support and encourage high school students to stay in school. The first bursaries were awarded to 20 high school students in the fall of 1996. Since 1996, the Merit Award has provided 2,347 bursaries to high school students in Toronto.