The Fundraising Page of Brian Boone

Brian Boone

A Message From Brian Boone

Welcome to my page for the National Pancreas Foundation's PancreasBowl! I invite you to join me in a fun time of bowling and fellowship for a GREAT cause. Proceeds from our event will help to develop new treatments for patients with pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis. I am planning to meet (or beat) my financial goal with your help!

You can reach out to if you have any questions.


About This Event

PancreasBowl is the National Pancreas Foundation’s signature national fundraiser. Patients, family members, caregivers, and medical professionals across America come together to have fun and raise money to support the National Pancreas Foundation. Fundraising teams collect donations and then celebrate their success by attending a local bowling party.

Bowling events will be held in cities throughout the United States between October and November 2021. 

So what are you waiting for? Start your team today! Partnering with the NPF through PancreasBowl has a positive, long-lasting impact on helping patients and one day finding a cure for pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis.

PancreasBowl is a fun and easy way to positively impact someone’s life afflicted with pancreas disease (pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis). Just follow the simple steps below:
1) Please contact David Bakelman at to coordinate a bowling date and center in your local community.  
2) Start a team – Teams are formed with five or six members. Consider creating a team with family, friends, fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, or co-workers.
3) Start fundraising – We require a minimum donation of $100 or $150 for a family of four.
4) Start bowling – Once you reach your goal, it’s time to have fun! You’ll receive two free games of bowling (shoe and ball rental included) and a complimentary PancreasBowl t-shirt!
  1. Tim Eubank
    Tim Eubank gave a $106.91 donation to support Brian Boone to support West Virginia University Cancer Institute
    Thank you for organizing!
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  2. Wallis Marsh
    Wallis Marsh gave a $100 donation to support Brian Boone to support West Virginia University Cancer Institute
    Dedication In Memory of: Blake Marsh
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  3. An anonymous donation of $26.67 has been made to support Brian Boone
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