‘Bowl Up A Storm’ event raises over $25,000 for Ronald McDonald House

Guelph Storm


Guelph, ON – On Saturday, February 16th, the Guelph Storm participated in the first annual ‘Bowl Up A Storm’ event with Woodlawn Bowl in support of the Ronald McDonald House. Over $25,000 was raised through tickets sales and a silent auction.

Fans of all ages came out to bowl with members of the Storm in the event that featured everything from a busy silent auction, a team dance break for the crowd, and more. On Sunday during our game against the Kitchener Rangers, Storm fans raised an additional $853 dollars through the chuck a puck fundraiser making the grand total $25,853.

The Storm would like to extend a big thank-you to Woodlawn Bowl for having us out for this great event, and to all of our amazing fans who helped support such a great cause!

To check out all the photos from the event, visit the Storm’s Facebook page here.

Watch Video from the event at

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