The following is a sponsored post on behalf of The Motherhood, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Fun Fore All. All opinions remain my own.
Children are never too young to make a difference in their community – every bit counts! Get everyone involved and bring the whole family out to support a great cause… plus have a blast while doing it! Fun Fore All in Cranberry will be hosting a miniature golf event on May 31st to raise money for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
Tickets are $25 per person (teams grouped into 4 people). The ticket price includes 18 holes of miniature golf, swag bag full of goodies, $10 Fun Card, lunch and a free t-shirt. You can purchase tickets here and reserve one of the following tee times.
We’ll see you there as we’ll be representing team Play Pittsburgh! Be sure to share your updates and pictures using the hashtag #ForetheKids
About Fun Fore All
Fun Fore All is a family entertainment center located in Cranberry. There’s so much to do and adults can play too! There’s even a section for the younger toddler crowd. They have one of the largest Arcade areas in the Pittsburgh area with everything from pinball to ticket games. Our favorites are air hockey and the racing games. They also cater to the younger audience with games like Wack-A-Mole and Candy Drop.
Be sure to check out Ballocity while you’re there. You just have to see it to believe it. Three stories of weaving, winding fun that even a grown up can climb through (yes, I’ve ventured around inside many times). There are multiple interactive units within each level and of course, the amazing Ballcano central to it all.
Outside attractions at Fun Fore All will also be open 10am-10pm (weather permitting) and include Batting Cages, Kiddie Rides, Go-Kart track, Bumper Boats and Rock Climbing Wall.
About Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank has served the Pittsburgh community for nearly two decades. They’re doing great things for the city – including feeding 10,000 children in 16 local neighborhoods from low-income families. Over 27 million pounds of food are distributed to through local agencies such as after school programs, Meals on Wheels, community center, special programs, soup kitchens and more.
The event at Fun Fore All is Kids Campaign to End Hunger – helping children get involved in making a difference in their community. If you can’t make it to the event on May 31st, there are plenty of other ways to help.
- Pennies for Peanut Butter: Fill an empty peanut butter jar with spare change and donate the funds to the Food Bank. Thanks to First Commonwealth Bank, you will not need to count and roll all those coins. Simply visit a First Commonwealth branch with a lobby coin counter machine, dump your change in the coin counter, take the receipt to the teller and deposit the funds in the Food Bank’s “Pennies for Peanut Butter” account.
- Volunteer: There are a variety of volunteer opportunities for children as young as 4 years old.
- Fundraising: The Food Bank turns every dollar raised into $5 worth of food and services.
- Teens Take Action: Teenagers looking to make a change can contact the Food Bank for great ideas on how they can organize their efforts to support the cause.
Check out the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank website to learn more and find out how you can help.