Staten Island bowlers say there's no time to 'spare' when it comes to 'striking out' Autism.
The North Shore Rotary Club hosted its annual Bowl-A-Thon Sunday at Rab's Country Lanes.
It's where dozens of bowlers hit the lanes to support the borough's autism community.
Most of the proceeds from the fundraiser will go to local families affected by the developmental disorder.
A portion of the money raised will also go to organizations dedicated to the fight against autism.
"We've tried to find programs within the agencies where families that need specific things can take that money and make sure it goes somewhere where we know even 500 dollars will help someone," said Jamey Rimshnick, with the North Shore Rotary Club.
According to the Rotary Club, the event raised more than $200,000 in the past eight years.