Pajama Pong Charity Beer Pong

Get ready to rock those PJs for a cause at the Pajama Pong! This isn’t just any beer pong tournament; it’s a one-of-a-kind event where fun meets philanthropy, all in support of The Arc of Greater Williamsburg—a stellar non-profit dedicated to empowering adults with learning disabilities through a wide range of enrichment programs.

Hosted at the Frothy Moon Brewhouse in Williamsburg, participants are in for a day filled with excitement, camaraderie, and, of course, a touch of competitive spirit. With a grand prize of $400 cash up for grabs, not to mention a complimentary beer, $1 off additional brews, a guarantee of 4 games, and the warm feeling of contributing to a great cause with every registration, this tournament promises to be an unforgettable experience. So, don your best pajamas, grab your ping pong balls, and let’s make a splash for a fantastic cause!



  • Coed teams of 2-4 (At least one player of each gender required).
  • Minimum of 3 pool play games.
  • Single elimination playoffs for top qualifiers.


💰 Grand Prize: $400 Cash for the Champions!


$25 per player. Membership includes:

  • Minimum of 3 games.
  • Your first beer on us.
  • Event-exclusive specials: $1 off pours
  • A portion of each registration directly benefits The Arc of Greater Williamsburg


We know that every college and house party plays beer pong a little bit different. Here are the general rules we’ll be using for the tournament.


Although this is a ‘beer pong’ tournament, all games will be played with water-filled cups. There is no requirement to drink alcohol as a penalty for a score. CLUBWAKA encourages all participants to drink responsibly and ensure you have a safe ride home.


  • If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Shalynn at
  • Follow CLUBWAKA Hampton Roads on Instagram and Facebook. If you’re posting about the event, please use #PajamaPong and tag us!


The Arc of Greater Williamsburg, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has been serving adults with developmental disabilities in the community since 1976. The organization’s programs offer educational, health and wellness, life skills, cultural, social, and recreational enrichment, along with providing much-needed respite time for families and caregivers. Each month, it organizes 8-10 activities aimed at enhancing the quality of life for its clients and reinforcing their abilities. Furthermore, The Arc conducts a Day Program four days a week, focusing on continuing education, life skills, and vocational training. It also facilitates the connection of clients with employment opportunities through its Wheels4Work program. For more information about The Arc, please visit

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