Hope Game Night

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Hope's food programs serve thousands of clients per year, and we rely on donations of food and finances in order to do that.  

Are you looking for a fun way to collect food for Hope? A game night might be the perfect fit for your church, small group, friends, youth group, or any other group of people.

This project is appropriate for all ages and can be done anywhere depending on group size.

How To Host a Game Night

1. Find a Location

Depending on the size of the group, good locations might be your home, church, office, or community space like a park. Any comfortable space with table space for games will work!

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2. Find some games and snacks

An assortment of games is good - a variety of board games of different difficulty is helpful. Do your friends like party games? Maybe charades is a good start. Card games? Put together a euchre tournament. Be creative and have fun with it! Some simple snacks also help the event feel fun. 

3. Invite your group and set your "ticket price"

Do you want to collect food? Make the admission price a nonperishable food item or toiletries (see our list of needed items here). Would you prefer to raise funds? Set a ticket price at $5 or $10 or any amount.

Simply collect the donations and bring them to Hope when it's over. For financial gifts you can give online here.

Don't forget to have a great time!

Questions? Contact Andrew Mast at amast@thehopeclinic.org. Find a printable version here.

Thank you!

 

Andrew Mast