Non-profit event venues are a great way to host a variety of events without breaking the bank. These venues can accommodate a wide range of events from weddings to corporate functions while still providing guests plenty of space and amenities.
There are several compelling reasons to choose a non-profit event center as your next venue, but there's more to the equation than simply location. You should think about the size, flexibility, and if they have any programs in place.
Whether you’re recognizing a milestone anniversary or just want to celebrate your love, your anniversary party should be special and meaningful. Therefore, the theme should be well chosen to represent you as a happy couple, from big decisions to the most minute details. When choosing a theme for your anniversary, it should represent your past (how you met, your wedding day), the present (where you currently are in life like empty nesters, retirees), and the future you have to look forward to together.
For immediate release: Balancing Act features local venue, The Bowden. Where a rare mix of beauty and purpose intersect.The Bowden is proud to announce they are being featured by Lifetime Cable morning show The Balancing Act. The feature not only highlights the beauty of the venue but also the tremendous impact it has on the community. As the vision for The Bowden is steadfast, the range of charitable organizations and events that they serve is varied and robust. From booster clubs in schools to weddings to corporate events, The Bowden has hosted events for all aspects of the Dallas, Fort Worth community.
Do you want to find new and innovative ways to raise money for your non-profit organization? Are you looking for non profit fundraising event ideas that will help spread the word about your cause? If so, you have come to the right place. Here, we will explore 16 different event ideas to help your non-profit achieve its goals. We will also discuss promoting these events and generate interest from potential attendees. Let's get started!
Christmas is a time for celebrations and traditions that are set up to create memories and strengthen your bond. This holds true with everyone on the team at The Bowden. Although we aren’t able to invite each of you to sit at our Christmas table with us, we would like to invite you to get to know us a little better, by sharing our personal holiday traditions. We hope this gives you a window into our family to yours.
Have you ever hosted or attended a fundraising event that was just so-so? Are they all the same casino event? If so, don't worry! We are here to help you think outside of the box and take your event to the next level. Now more than ever, fundraising is necessary to provide the services your organization is made for, and we are here to help. There are plenty of ways to spice up your next event and make it the most memorable one yet. Your guests will thank you when they see these creative ideas for galas.
‘Tis the season to start planning your staff holiday party; why not make it a memorable occasion that will end the year with a bang? Your staff has faithfully maneuvered numerous hurdles with grit and grace, and they deserve to be celebrated! A holiday celebration can be fabulous without maxing out your budget or jeopardizing the health and safety of your team. Here are corporate holiday event ideas to make your party memorable, enjoyable, and affordable.
Are you looking for a way to honor your daughter's heritage while celebrating her 15th birthday in style? A quinceañera is a fun and traditional way to celebrate your daughter’s rite of passage from girl to woman. To plan a successful party, you need to consider all of the details from start to finish. Luckily, we have had the honor of hosting quite a few quinceañera celebrations here at The Bowden, and we have some ideas to help you plan an event your family will remember and cherish for a lifetime.
A bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah is an important milestone in any Jewish person's life. It marks their transition from childhood into adulthood; they can now take part in rituals like morning prayers known as Shacharit (usually done at synagogue every weekday), among other traditions. The Jewish religion carries these traditions for generations, so they have deep meaning.
The new year has finally arrived, which means it is time to start planning your 2021 charity fundraising event. We understand it can be challenging to plan on the heels of a pandemic, yet rest assured; at The Bowden, we have several creative ideas for a successful event.