I enjoy volunteering at POP because of the people who come through the door. As an educator and youth worker I very much believe in the overall mission of POP and am inspired by the work they do for young people and the community!
Big Game and Tron: Legacy are headed to Randall’s Children’s Hospital in Portland for an indefinite stay in the Teen Lounge.
We just dropped off the toys and $228 to Toy & Joy Makers along with a stack of postcards letting them know about our #freeflipsforkids program.
For the whole month of November POP will have two pinball machines set up in the Randall’s Children’s Hospital Teen Lounge for patients to play.
We're happy to be supporting the Sabin School Foundation with incentive coupons for free pinball for students who log reading time during their 2 week Sabin School Read-a-Thon!
On Friday POP gave a Pinball Workshop to 12 girls at the Girls Make Games Camp at Intel. We brought Stern’s Tron Legacy and gave presentations about the history of pinball, women who have worked in pinball, and a hands on demo with the game including programming and engineering.
CBS KATU Comes to POP!
FOX 12 News visits POP HQ!
Last week we hosted families from The Children’s Cancer Association at POP HQ! This was the first outreach event held at our new space and what a fun night it was.
POP HQ opened on 4/2 and the neighborhood news spread fast. Kids of all ages have been coming by to play free pinball. The #freeflipsforkids and the website pointing to POP HQ was established.