About Bowling For Miracles
Since 2004, financial institutions in the London area have come together to raise funds for sick and injured children. Since inception, this event has raised more than $1,100,000 for Children's Health Foundation and our health care partners.
Your generosity will fund cutting-edge equipment, care-enhancing programs and ground-breaking paediatric research at Children’s Hospital in London, TVCC and Children’s Health Research Institute.
You can ensure better childhoods for kids facing challenges and serious health issues and hope, relief and support for those who love them.
Support The best possible care at Children's Hospital
Your support helps ensure life-saving equipment and care-enhancing programs are available for our region's most medically complex and critically ill patients.
Help fund ground-breaking research at CHRI
You can help empower researchers at Children’s Health Research Institute (CHRI) to pursue innovations in paediatric health care that will help save and improve young lives.
Open a World of Possibilities for Kids at TVCC
You make it possible for TVCC to help children and youth with disabilities share their stories, participate in new activities, and make friends through donor-funded programs and services.
Meet Tia, Your Bowling for Miracles Ambassador
Tia was only two years old when her physician heard a heart murmur and referred her to Children’s Hospital. Her family was shocked to discover she had multiple congenital heart defects and required surgery in Toronto.
As Tia grows, and her heart grows along with her, doctors at Children’s Hospital keep a close watch for any signs of change in her heart function. While many families must travel long distances to receive expert care, the paediatric care team at Children’s Hospital means Tia gets exceptional care close to home.
Thanks to the paediatric cardiac team Tia’s heart is healthy and strong. Today, Tia is an ambitious 13-year old who loves to draw and does karate! But, if it weren’t for the outstanding care, support and services offered by Children’s Hospital she simply would not be here today.