Networking isn’t always easy but with over 100 arcade games to choose from, from Pac Man to Pin Ball, everyone can find something to enjoy and connect. Jump into all this fun at our upcoming Boxcar event on July 20th from 5-7pm.
We are offering the first 30 attendees the choice between a free drink or a $5 token cup!
Want to connect more with your nonprofit peers? Enjoy giving back to your community? Why not do both?! Join us July 27th as we dedicate our Saturday to working together with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County to build safe and affordable homes in our local Crosstowne community in Southeast Raleigh. To complete your reservation, please go to the Habitat for Humanities volunteer page. We have 15 spots available!
Click the link below to reserve on Habitat for Humanities volunteer page:
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