The Barbara Stone Foundation hosts Bingo Bash on April 28 at Magnetic South Brewery in Judson Mill

April 12, 2024

The Barbara Stone Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on creating and supporting visionary programs for individuals with disabilities, is hosting Bingo Bash, a free event at Magnetic South Brewery on April 28, 2024 from 2:30 – 5:30 p.m. The community is invited to this kid-friendly fundraising event to play Bingo, win prizes, bid on silent auction items and enjoy food and drinks from Magnetic South Brewery located at 701 Easley Bridge Road, Greenville in Judson Mill.

Registration isn’t required but is strongly encouraged by visiting Jarrell Williams and Trey Frances are returning to the 7th annual event as event DJs and bingo game callers. Bingo games are free, and winners will receive prizes. Attendees will also have the opportunity to bid on a variety of silent auction items, and all proceeds benefit the Barbara Stone Foundation.

Supporters and sponsors of this event are making Bingo Bash possible. They include McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, Earthwise Pet Supply at Woodruff Road, Keymark, Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery, QT, Senator Tom Corbin, Carolina Adaptive Golf, Audra Vellucci, the Hammons, Gould and Schmidt families, Carolina Drive In, and Don Clardy of Northwestern Mutual.

During Bingo Bash, the Barbara Stone Foundation will announce Spring Community Innovations Grant recipients and the 2024 Barbara Stone Community Leadership award honoree. Since 1991, the Barbara Stone Foundation has been a champion and fierce advocate for individuals with disabilities who face unnecessary barriers and often struggle to be seen, heard, valued, and included.

For more information about the Barbara Stone Foundation or to make a donation, visit, and to get involved or to support the work of Greenville CAN, visit


About Barbara Stone Foundation

Since 1991, the Barbara Stone Foundation’s primary focus is to influence community systems, policies, and culture to result in equitable opportunities for individuals with disabilities in South Carolina’s Upstate. We do this by identifying gaps in services, investing in or creating our own, innovative programs, leveraging partnerships in the community, and through our signature initiatives Greenville CAN (Collaborative Action Network) and the UP (Upward Professionals) Employment Initiative. To learn more, visit or find the organization on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.