This article originally appeared on VICE Canada
One lucky Dodgeball fan will have a chance to dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge with the pros—or, at least the celebrities who played them back in 2004 in a final showdown for charity, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Globo Gym and Average Joe's are bringing their teams back for a grudge match, and instead of vying for $50,000, they're playing for charity. One lucky raffle winner will either get to join Globo Gym chief White Goodman, or Vince Vaughn's Peter LaFleur for the game. All proceeds will go toward Ben Stiller's foundation to help fund education for children in Haiti, still recovering from a devastating 2010 earthquake.
If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball—and if you've got a ton of money to spend on raffle tickets, you've got a better chance of dodging that ball with a crew of high-profile celebrities. Through the online Omaze campaign, ten bucks will get you a hundred entries, but donate $5,000, and you'll get 50,000 chances to win. Other prizes include a brand new bike or, perplexingly, a skateboard signed by Rodney Mullen.
So pick a side. Average Joe's gets you Vaughn, Justin Long, and Christine Taylor, who are all signed up for the game; Globo Gym offers up Stiller, Jamal Duff (who played Me'Shell), and Missi Pyle (who played Fran). It's time to separate the wheat from the chaff, the men from the boys, and the awkwardly feminine from the possibly Canadian. Let's play some dodgeball.