WAKA Kickball & Social Sports players have had an amazing year of creative, fun, and successful volunteerism and charity events! Collectively, WAKA players raised more than $50,000 this year and have created meaningful contributions to the cities in which they play.
WAKA has compiled a list of some of the best events of 2014 so you can relive all the good feelings that community service brings and also catch up things you may have missed.
1. WAKA players in SoCal played a reverse co-ed Charity tournament (reverse co-ed = lots of girls and fun) and raised more than $5,000 for local charities including the Children's Hospital Los Angeles!
Every holiday party needs a little spice. Skip the white elephant and try these holiday party ideas from WAKA kickball players to give your festive bash a fun new twist.
1. Santa Hat TV Game
Put a santa hat on the corner of your TV and put on holiday movies in the background of your party. Each time someone on the TV wears the hat, everyone consumes some of their favorite holiday beverage.
It's the most wonderful time of the year and WAKA Kickball & Social Sports players are celebrating with some over-the-top holiday parties and bar crawls. If you’re not excited for Christmas yet…you will be now.
If you’re looking to develop friendships or meet someone special based on shared interests, WAKA Kickball & Social Sports has you covered. Join a league to meet like-minded friends that you can hang out with in your area. Here are 4 ways WAKA can improve your social life in 2015 and beyond:
1. WAKA is a group-oriented social network which gives you a chance to hang out with your team of ten to twenty people, as well as the hundreds of people in the league. WAKA has social sports leagues and events all year long and is great for finding things to do with the friends you have, and for finding new ones.
This Thanksgiving, as we give thanks for the mind-blowing year that was 2014, what better way to celebrate than with your favorite moments of games, parties, and events on Twitter and Instagram? Flip through those smart phone pics and share the fun with hashtag #WAKACheer.
We can’t wait to see your posts and we’ll be spreading the #WAKACheer all weekend by sharing and retweeting!
We are very thankful for everyone in WAKA nation! Without you, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do so from all of us at WAKA, THANK YOU. Happy Thanksgiving!
Many WAKA players choose to celebrate Friendsgiving with their kickball teams and friends instead of flying home for the holiday. With Thanksgiving just a week away, it’s just about time to wrap up (or start!) planning for the big day. From organizing the meal to post-turkey games and activities, we’ve got your Friendsgiving planning covered:
Host your Friendsgiving meal as a potluck so no one gets too stressed to enjoy the festivities. Typically, its best if the host makes the turkey and gravy and assigns sides and desserts to everyone else.
What’s better than a kickball tournament? A kickball tournament for charity! If you need more fun in your life this fall, grab your kickball teammates and head to one of these charity kickball tournaments.
11/15/14 - PDX Charity Kickball Tournament in Portland, OR