The Mayo Bowl has enabled Boston's inner city children to receive exceptional care without exception from Boston Medical Center. Each year the Mayo Bowl sells out all twenty (20) bowling lanes, attracts well over 400 event attendees and reaches over 4.2 million individuals through social media.This year, Patriots Super Bowl Champion and running back, James White, is continuing the Mayo Bowl tradition after having co-hosted with Jerod in 2017. He is marking a new era for the event, which he has renamed Sweet Feet for Strikes. James and his wife Diana are excited to continue to raise funds for BMC that was set forth by Jerod & Chantel Mayo. James strongly believes that he has the ability to make a significant impact on the lives of children who are in need of medical support.
In 2018, Sweet Feet for Strikes raised over $268k and over the course of the past nine (9) years has generated $2.5 million.
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