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The Project Pinball Charity Story
« on: June 13, 2014, 05:56:03 PM »
Greetings,

I would like to give a quick and brief description of what Project Pinball Charity Group is and what we do.

We found out how beneficial a pinball machine a couple years back by repairing a Spider-man pinball that was in a Children’s Hospital at the time. We found out quickly how important a pinball machine can be in this type of setting. A single pinball machine can offer powerful therapeutic benefits which fit perfectly with the dynamics of a hospital environment while providing the additional beneficial effects of keeping patients active and mobile and also providing amusement.

Project Pinball puts pinball machines in the Children’s Hospitals at no cost to the hospitals. Plus we do all the maintenance and upkeep on a monthly basis to keep these machines up and running.

Let’s all make this huge success that we can make it be, to give to the patients, kids, parents, doctors, nurses that could use our special help by providing a pinball machine into their lives.

We are a registered 501(c)(3) 46-3417202 For more information on Project Pinball Charity go to our home page http://ProjectPinball.org

We can be contacted at ProjectPinballCharity@gmail.com or you can call me direct at (239) 287-5497


Best Wishes,

Daniel Spolar
SW Florida Pinball Avenue http://pinballavenue.blogspot.com/
The Pinball Asylum http://www.pinballasylum.com/

 

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