GamesAid raises £70,000 for a number of charities
UK video games trade charity GamesAid has raised £70,000 ($84,985) and break up the donation amongst seven totally different organizations.
The donation was offered to the next charities; Entry Sport Belief, Autistica, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, Lifelites, Everybody Can, Fixing Children’ Most cancers and MAPS.
The help group has additionally not too long ago appointed two new trustees to its board: Studio Gobo & Electrical Sq.’s Terry Haynes and Ukie’s George Osborn.
“Over the previous yr, I’ve spoken with so many various charities who’ve turned to video games as a method to preserve themselves going throughout an unimaginably robust yr,” stated George Osborn.
“I’ve joined GamesAid as a trustee to do what I can to proceed to help this important work and proceed to display the respectable, kindhearted nature of the UK video games trade to the broader world.”
GamesAid is a UK-based video video games charity, which acts as an umbrella for fundraising and helps plenty of smaller charities that provide essential assist to deprived and disabled kids and younger folks.
GamesIndustry.biz‘s Chris Dring is a volunteer trustee at GamesAid.