One program is helping fight childhood hunger.
On Sunday, bowlers came to the Dimond Center and shelled out $25 to help with the Dare to Care program.
The school lunch program seeks to provide a meal to children who can't afford school lunch, or kids who chronically go to school hungry.
Hollywood's Erik Estrada, who is most recognized for his role in the 80’s motorcycle police television show 'Chips,' participated and showed his support for the cause.
“I met with Bettsie, she asked me to come to help out with the Dare to Care program, which feeds children that normally wouldn't have one meal of the day, lunch, because of whatever reasons,” said Erik Estrada. “Either they can't be federally funded due to their parents, or neglected from the parents, whatever, so that's why I’m here.”
Organizers hope to raise at least $3,000.