CASPER, Wyo. Up to a thousand children and their families participate in the yearly event.
The foundation is named after eight-year-old Jason Eades, who died from a brain stem tumor in 1995.
All money raised will go back to families, helping them with medical cost.
"It doesn't matter the income level. We do not have income restrictions. And we just want to make sure that they do not have that extra financial stress. That they really are focusing on just their child and their child's cancer battle." Said Christine Robinson, the program director for Jason's Friends.
Volunteers raised $325,000 last year.
This year's event is on March 2nd at El Marko Lanes from 10 AM to 10 PM.