In support of the LoisLOVE charitable initiative, the Lois law Firm will be sponsoring a BowLOrama on March 18th to benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation! The Firm is matching all donations made to CAF!
WHERE: Bowlero, 22-22 Maple Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
WHEN: Friday March 18th from 4:00 to 7:00 PM
WHAT: Free bowling, shoes, pizza, wings, soft drinks, and fun!
How to Donate: Donate directly on our Challenged Athlete Foundation webpage. Firm will match all donations received.
More Info: Guests are welcomed and all proceeds from the event go straight to the Challenged Athletes Foundation, so donations are encouraged!
Bowling Teams are not being assigned. First Come, First Bowl!! There will be some CAF representatives and disabled athletes participating with us. We encourage you to meet them, chat with them, and bowl with them!
Empowering and Supporting Those With Disabilities
Over the years the Challenged Athletes Foundation has supported over sixty thousand disabled athletes. Sixty thousand individuals who define perseverance, who define dedication, and who define hard work. As we have gotten to know their journeys the Lois Law Firm has come alongside to partner with this great Foundation to help those with a disability pursue their goals in sport.
At LOIS, we believe that our work encouraging disabled employees to return to the dignity and purpose of work is just one of the ways that supports that recovery from traumatic injury. We know that people with physical challenges live full, active lives and part of that is through participation in sports and an active lifestyle.
Often times the expensive cost of adaptive sports equipment can be an obstacle that keeps those with physical disabilities on the sidelines. Most medical insurance does not cover adaptive sports equipment; they deem these “luxury” items. LOIS believes that sport is a right and works to support the Challenged Athletes Foundation in its work to overcome this economic barrier.
How the Challenged Athletes Foundation Serves People with Physical Challenges
- Grants to individuals for sport related expenses not covered by insurance – adaptive sports equipment like prosthetic running feet, handcycles and sport wheelchairs. Travel, training and competition expenses.
- Camps & clinics – running & mobility, para-triathlon, swimming, adaptive cycling, wheelchair basketball, sit volleyball and more.
- Support for wounded veterans and first responders through Operation Rebound.
- Mentorship & community to empower individuals, strengthen communities and create new opportunities for all.
What It All Costs
- $30,000 = a set of prosthetic running legs for a growing child
- $15,000 = outdoor chair for cycling on trails
- $5,000 = a custom track chair
- $3,000 = a racing chair
- $2,500 = a basketball wheelchair
- $2,000 = a Hockey Sled + equipment