We’re pleased to say that Scotland’s 24 hour videogames marathon is now at sickkidssavepoint.org, as you might have noticed above. This means you can email us directly at email@example.com, just in case there’s any questions… Play Games. Save Kids. Win Stuff. What else would you need to know?
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Rockstar North supports Sick Kids Save Point… again!
We are delighted to announce that local game maestros Rockstar North, creators of Grand Theft Auto, have again decided to back Sick Kids Save Point. Last year would not have been possible without their incredible support – indeed many Rockstar employees took part!
Watch this space for details on the prizes that Rockstar have donated – Raise £100 in sponsorship for your marathon and you will be entered into the prize draw automatically. Other companies have offered prizes too, and we will announce them in due course… Play Games. Save Kids. AND Win Stuff. Pretty Good eh?
Who we are raising for?
Green Living Heroes
We’re looking forward to the new Green lantern movie, and to celebrate we’ve done our own XBOX/Green lantern mash up… Just to show that gamers can be heroes too – raising vital money for kids by playing games past the fun barrier.
|Copyright Ross Aitken|
Play Games. Save Kids. Win Stuff.
Sign up for Sick Kids Save Point by pressing the Just giving button on the right….
So you’ve picked up a flyer, and you want to know what this is all about, right?
Sick Kids Save Point is a 24 hour gaming marathon organised on behalf of the Sick Kids Friends Foundation, in which gamers attempt to play games for 24 hours straight to raise money for the charity, benefiting patients and families at the Sick Kids Hospital, Edinburgh. Under 18s accumulate the 24 hours between a group.
WHERE? – In your own homes, or in groups.
WHEN? – This October, at some point over the weekend of the 7th-9th. We all do it together so we can support each other on facebook and twitter (and make sure we haven’t dozed off!)
If you think you could do it then follow the guidelines on the right on how to sign up, and welcome aboard! If not please consider sponsoring us to raise money for this vital charity – just press the button on the right to find the event’s Just Giving page.
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