The Barbara Stone Foundation hosts Bingo Bash on May 22 at Carolina Bauernhaus in West End Village

May 12, 2022

The Barbara Stone Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on supporting visionary and creative programs for individuals with disabilities, is hosting Bingo Bash, a free outdoor event at Carolina Bauernhaus in Greenville on May 22, 2022 from 2:30 – 5:30 p.m. The community is invited to play free Bingo at the 5th annual event, which is located at 556 Perry Avenue in the West End Village of Greenville. Winners will receive prizes and attendees can bid on a variety of silent auction items. All donations made during Bingo Bash with benefit the Barbara Stone Foundation and online contributions are also accepted.

Ji-Roz and SnoHut food trucks will be selling food, and Carolina Bauernhaus will offer a variety of craft beers and beverages. Carolina Bauernhaus is an open, outdoor venue with grassy areas, so guests can bring their own chairs.

Supporters and sponsors of this event are making Bingo Bash possible. They include McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, The Cliffs, Southern First, Earthwise Pet Supply at Woodruff Road, Keymark, Western and Southern Life, Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery, Carolina Bauernhaus Greenville, Carolina Drive In, Don Clardy of Northwestern Mutual, RealServ Property Advisors, The Boardman Group, Fox Rothschild LLP, The Skenteris Family, Bright Start and WSPA-TV.

During Bingo Bash, the Spring 2022 grant recipients will be named, and the Barbara Stone Leadership Award will be presented to a member of the community.

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. In 2013, the Barbara Stone Foundation provided the first grant to Greenville CAN (Collaborative Action Network), which is a network of self-advocates, service providers, families, caregivers and professionals working to reduce barriers to employment, increasing recreational opportunities and improving accessibility for individuals with disabilities.

Contact Lara Ceisel for more information about ‘Bingo Bash’ at [email protected]. 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 has provided funds to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities. The vision of the Barbara Stone Foundation is a community where individuals with disabilities flourish. For more information, visit. To learn more, visit or find the organization on Facebook and Instagram.

About Greenville CAN (Collaborative Action Network)

Greenville CAN started in 2013 as a network of self-advocates, service providers, families and community stakeholders working collaboratively to take actions that will strengthen Greenville, SC and make it a better place to live and work for individuals with disabilities. The network addresses community needs by linking organizations together, leveraging available resources to expand capacity and advocating for system and policy change. Greenville CAN believes the best way to increase services, programs, access, opportunities, and resources in our community for individuals with disabilities is through collaboration and partnership. To learn more, visit or find Greenville CAN on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.