Bringing the Joy of Pinball to Children’s Hospitals Across our Nation

Project Pinball Charity is a non-profit charity organization that places pinball machines in children’s hospitals to introduce therapeutic benefits to kids.

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18 Pinball Machines
16 Children's Hospitals
15 States

We're finding out with every visit and every testimony how powerful one pinball machine in the right setting can be.

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Second Annual Love Across America Tour

Project Pinball Charity, with the support of Stern Pinball, Inc. and Marco Specialties, is kicking off their 2nd annual Love across America tour. Beginning June 30th, founder Daniel Spolar will travel over 10,000 miles, visiting 26 states to dedicate pinball machines in 5 children’s hospitals 5 different cities across the nation. Project Pinball focused their … Continue reading “Second Annual Love Across America Tour”

Music and Pinball Bridge a Generational Gap for Charity

Lucas Heiser plans to clean and recondition the WurliTzer Jukebox. When the restoration is complete Heiser said it will glow a shiney blue just as it did in the 60s. “You can purchase it and help out the kids, and get a beautiful machine in return” Heiser said. Anyone interested can visit Heiser Restoration or find … Continue reading “Music and Pinball Bridge a Generational Gap for Charity”

Palmetto Pinball Club Hosts Tournament

Palmetto Pinball Club is hosting a charity tournament to benefit Project Pinball. Project Pinball raises money to donate pinball machines to Children’s Hospitals, and we’d like to raise money to donate a machine to a local Children’s Hospital. The format will be a PAPA style tournament. Qualifying will be held all day on Saturday and we … Continue reading “Palmetto Pinball Club Hosts Tournament”

Pinball Enthusiasts Find a Cause

The Project Pinball Charity is a labor of love for Daniel Spolar. It started with love for the game of pinball. “My children had left home and started their own lives; there was a gap. I reflected back on my past and remembered my love of pinball,” said Spolar. He looked on the Internet and … Continue reading “Pinball Enthusiasts Find a Cause”

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FLIP OUT for Kids Pinball Tournament

Blue Ant Media – Toronto, Ontario @5:00PM A pinball game will be set up in the FOURTH FLOOR kitchen for $1 per play or $2 for 3 plays. Players of all skill levels are welcome!!! Qualification for the tournament will begin during the week of October 11th. Cutoff for qualification is Tuesday Dec 13th and … Continue reading “FLIP OUT for Kids Pinball Tournament”

Project Pinball Winter Strike Out!

Jersey’s Bar and Grill – Wichita, Kansas @ 5:00PM $5 entry fee – 100% goes to Project Pinball Charity! 5 strike setup, no pre-qualification, starts at 5pm sharp! Please visit the Facebook page for full rules and regulations.

Project Pinball Pingolf

Jersey’s Bar and Grill – Wichita, Kansas @ 3:30PM 5$ entry fee – 100% goes to Project Pinball Charity! This event will be a Pingolf style tournament. Please visit the Facebook page for full rules and regulations.

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Project Pinball Knockout at The Silver Ballroom ’16

The Silver Ballroom – St. Louis, MO Saturday, August 6th, 2016 Help us raise some money for one of our favorite charities, Project Pinball!!! The format will be the familiar 3-strike knockout. You’ll play in groups of four, one game per round, with 3rd and 4th place getting strikes. 3 strikes and your out. We’ll … Continue reading “Project Pinball Knockout at The Silver Ballroom ’16”

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On The Break Summer 2016

The Break Arcade – Dunellen NJ @ 1PM *This is the free side tourney, the only requirement is to give an offer to the charity *Machines are on coin drop *2 or 3 strikes knockout single game match and then finals PAPA style for top 8 or 12 (depending on number of players) so when 8/12 players are left … Continue reading “On The Break Summer 2016”

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“A pinball machine helps keep patients active by motivating them to get back on their feet, and gives family members and hospital staff a recreational lift.”

- Daniel Spolar, founder and senior director