Child's Play

Child's Play has opened this year's charity drive:
Since 2003, over 100,000 gamers worldwide have banded together through Child's Play, a community based charity grown and nurtured from the game culture and industry. Over two million dollars in donations of toys, games, books and cash for sick kids in children's hospitals across North America and the world have been collected since our inception.

This year, we have continued expanding across the country and the globe. With over 45 partner hospitals and more arriving every month, you can be sure to find one from the map above that needs your help! You can choose to purchase requested items from their online retailer wish lists, or make a cash donation that helps out Child's Play hospitals everywhere. Any items purchased through Amazon will be shipped directly to your hospital of choice, so please be sure to select their shipping address rather than your own.

When gamers give back, it makes a difference!
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Re: Well, Sorry Nov 4, 2007, 14:58
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Whether health care is publicly funded (as it is in my country) or not, odds are good that diversions such as books or games are not higher on the list than things like infant warmers or even IV fluids. Might not be my cup of tea to try "Hanna Montana" on the DS - but if some kid enjoys it, good for them.

Any charity is good, and it's great if one donates to more than one charity a year - if this one doesn't float your boat, try www.nothingbutnets.net or any of the many other charities that help other regions with something other than entertainment.


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