Paul Rudd will host the seventh annual Paul Rudd All-Star Bowling Benefit for The Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY). Celebrity bowlers will include: David Alan Basche, Kate Arrington, Kevin Bartini, Erich Bergen, Everett Bradley, Geneva Carr, Maddie Corman, Frank DiLella, Brandon Victor Dixon, John Fugelsang, Dominic Fumusa, Annie Golden, Gilbert Gottfried, Jenna Leigh Green, Mariska Hargitay, Jeremy Hays, Seth Herzog, Cady Huffman, Andy Karl, Richard Kind, Terry Kinney, Tom Kitt, Ilana Levine, Emma Myles, Keira Naughton, Michael Oberholtzer, Orfeh, Alysia Reiner, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Michael Shannon, Evan Todd, Kori Withers, Betsy Wolfe & many more, as well as SAY kids.
The Paul Rudd All-Star Bowling Benefit raises crucial funds that help send young people who stutter to Camp SAY. Last year’s event raised over $200,000, helping children from families–in-need benefit from this life-changing camp experience. More than 70 million people stutter, including 5% of all young children, and approximately 1 in every 100 adults. Paul Rudd said “The impact I’ve seen Camp SAY have on the kids is profound. There’s just nothing better than seeing kids who feel self-conscious, sad or frustrated – to see that go away and to see the confidence, excitement, and happiness that happens when a kid goes to Camp SAY.”
Taro Alexander, SAY Founder, added “This Paul Rudd event help kids and teens understand that stuttering shouldn’t hold them back from anything they dream of doing.”
The Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY.org) is a non-profit organization that offers innovative programs that address the physical, social and emotional impact of stuttering, including Camp SAY; Confident Voices after-school & weekend programs; Speech Therapy, and support groups. To learn more about this star-studded, Paul Rudd Seventh Annual Bowling Benefit, and obtain tickets, please visit: SAY.org/Rudd
Camp SAY is a summer camp where everything seems possible for a young person who stutters, and where they develop the skills they need to communicate more effectively, build self-confidence and forge friendships to last a lifetime. This sleep-away camp welcomes children and teens that stutter, ages 8-18, and their young family members and friends who want to share an incredible camp experience together. Young people from across the country, and beyond, attend Camp SAY year-after-year. www.CampSAY.org