What is Ballard vs. The Big “C” Bowling Tournament

Ballard vs. The Big “C” Striking Back to Spare More Lives.

Bonus drawings for team entries paid by August 31st.

Mission: To raise funds for continued research in cancer treatment, specifically in the area of head, neck and throat, through the sport of bowling.

Vision: To raise money and awareness for cancer research while helping to fund the nutritional needs of all patients.

Dear BVBC Friend,

Ballard vs. The Big “C” Striking Back to Spare More Lives is a fun bowling event that was developed during Del Ballard’s journey with tonsil cancer and we are proud to have partnered with Cancer Care Services, Baylor Health Care and the North Texas Laryngectomy Society.

Over the past 5 years we have raised over $280,000 that helps to support these fine organizations as well as Cancer Research. Please help us continue to improve someone’s quality of life by supporting BVBC which is a 501C3, so all donations are tax deductible.

This year’s event will be held on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Bowlero Euless in Euless, Texas. Through your participation or donation, you will help the lives of many and help in the fight against all cancer.

Please visit our website: www.BallardvstheBigC.org for more details as well as our sponsorship and entry form for this fun Bowling Event. Thank you for helping to make a difference.

Gratefully yours while STRIKING BACK,

Del Ballard, Jr. Carolyn Dorin-Ballard and Alyssa

2016 Highlights:

  • Over 600 people, 52 teams competed to help raise over $55,000
  • Over 90,000 Cancer visits to Baylor Cancer Center
  • Over 3,400 patients received help from Cancer Care
  • Provided supplies for Laryngectomy survivors
  • Over $280,000 raised in the past 5 years

2015 Highlights:

  • Over 600 people, 52 teams competed to help raise over $65,000
  • Over 90,000 Cancer visits to Baylor Cancer Center
  • Over 3,400 patients received help from Cancer Care
  • Provided supplies and scholarships for Laryngectomy survivors.

2014 Highlights:

  • Over 600 people, 52 teams competed to help raise over $64,000
  • 90,000 Cancer visits to Baylor Cancer Center
  • 3,492 patients received help from Cancer Care
  • Support for voice boxes for head, neck and throat patients.