BVL donates $100,000 to fund Vet Center programs

BVL has awarded a $100,000 grant to Vet Center, a national community-based counseling center program that helps veterans transition from military to civilian life.

I AM BVL

David "Kilroy" Kellerman talks about why BVL matters to him.

Our Mission

To brighten the lives of America's veterans and active duty service men and women through recreational and therapeutic programs and services.
Multi-ethnic senior couples (50s, 60s) having fun in bowling alley.

CONTRIBUTORS

From individuals to bowling centers, from Fortune 500 corporations to youth bowling leagues, BVL contributors come from all walks of life and all points on the globe

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GET INVOLVED/DOWNLOADS

There are myriad ways to become involved in the BVL effort, whether you are a bowler, a bowling center, a community business member or simply a patriot, we have a ...

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PROGRAMS

Since 1942, BVL has worked to identify programs and services to brighten the days and boost the spirits of our recuperating service men and women. BVL provides the...

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