Today, GamesAid announces three great ways to give to the games industry charity this Christmas.
As the wisest men and women know, there is no need to travel afar this Christmas to bring joy to thousands of disadvantaged and disabled children and young people who are supported by the video games industry through GamesAid.
This year, there are three great ways to include GamesAid on your gift list;
Humble Bundle presents Codemasters
We are thrilled that our friends at Codemasters are supporting GamesAid and The Prince’s Trust with their latest Humble Bundle offer, which will run from November 24th, 11:00am PST to December 8th, 11:00am PST
Their terrific line up includes:
GRID 2 Drift Pack
Operation Flashpoint Complete (1&2)
Colin McRae Rally
Grid Autosport Road & Track Car Pack
Overlord Raising Hell (Expansion)
Grid 2 Spa- Francorchamps Track Pack
Coupon: 25% off Overlord: Fellowship of Evil
Coupon: 25% off DiRT Rally
GRID Autosport Season Pass
DiRT 3 Complete Edition
GRID 2: All In DLC Pack
“At Codemasters we have seen the difference GamesAid has made for many children and young people and we are proud to throw our support for them via our Humble Bundle to help GamesAid do good things” said Frank Sagnier, CEO, Codemasters
The Yogscast ‘Jingle Jam 2015’
The Yogscast Jingle Jam is a 24 day live stream marathon, with all your favourite Yogscast presenters playing games live via the Yogscast Twitch channel twitch.tv/yogscast to raise money for charity.
Since it first launched in 2011, the annual Yogscast Jingle Jam has raised over £1.71M, and GamesAid are excited to be named as one of the charities who will receive money from their 2015 drive.
The Yogscast Jingle Jam 2015 will begin on Tuesday 1st December and will run until 24th December. Viewers can tune-in and choose to donate to charity purely to support the Jam but they can also gain access to a special Jingle Jam Humble Bundle of great PC games.
Games On Song
The games industry choir is back, and is aiming to raise more money than ever with their live Christmas Concert. Nearly 40 members of the games industry will take to the stage at St Stephen’s Church, Rosslyn Hill, London on Wednesday 16th December to sing a seasonal selection of festive tunes for GamesAid.
Tickets are on sale now via Golden Giving, priced £20 / £10 aged 16 and under, with extra surprises, mince pies, and mulled wine on the night.
“The choir have put in so much to make this a great evening of traditional carols, solos and game inspired songs” said Ian Chambers, Musical Director of Games On Song. “Join us to help raise more than ever for GamesAid.”
Make the wise choice! Spread some cheer and help us spread the word this Christmas!
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