File this under awesome! By now you’ve likely heard about Caine’s Arcade – the fantastically creative, all-cardboard video arcade built by an inspiring 9-year old kid named Caine in East Los Angeles. (If not, get up speed with this tear-inducing video.)
Now, on October 6 The Imagination Foundation is launching it’s first ever Global Cardboard Challenge – an international invitation to play while “raising funds to foster creativity and entrepreneurship in kids.” All September long, people organized awesome challenge events – more than 100 events in 25 countries – and now it’s time to play, building the most awesome stuff possible out of “cardboard, recycled materials, and imagination.”
Get involved with the Global Cardboard Challenge. Sign up to host or join a “play” event near you (event dates span the days before and after October 6, so if you observe Shabbat and can’t “play” on the official day, chances are, there’s still an event for you to participate in!) or donate to support the foundation.
Want to find out more? Watch the video below for all the details: