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Dodgeball Tournament

The Raleigh International Dodgeball Charity Challenge is an annual fundraising event in its third year. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will go to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) and its mission to advance a widespread understanding of celiac disease as a serious genetic autoimmune condition.

Teams from all over the Triangle and throughout North Carolina (or any state, for that matter) are invited to participate. The minimum age for players is 18. Please note: In order to compete, all participants must complete and return a liability waiver.

This is a family and pet friendly event, and it will be held rain or shine. Come out and enjoy food, live music, and an afternoon and evening full of fun!

The cost of registration for the tournament is $500 per 6-person team or $750 per 7-person team. The event is free for spectators.

When: October 16, 2015

Where: Outside of HQ Raleigh
             W. Martin and S. Harrington Streets
             Raleigh, NC 27603

Time: 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

To register, donate or learn more, click here. You can also email [email protected] for more information.

Note: Beyond Celiac provides information on gluten-free events as a service to the community. Please note that Beyond Celiac cannot assure the event participant or restaurant patron of the gluten-free practices or knowledge of the restaurants cited if they have not completed the Beyond Celiac GREAT Kitchens program, which provides accredited gluten-free training to restaurants and other foodservice providers. Please call the venue directly to learn more about their preparation processes.

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