It’s your weekly update of Citizen Geek Resources!
First of all the full lists now have in-page links since they’ve gotten huge – you can find them sorted by Geeky Interest or Specific Focus.
With Blizzcon ending, I figured this week I’d focus just on video game charities and causes. Here’s a chance to get your Citizen Gamer on!
- Special Effect – Helps people with disabilities play video games with special technology and a variety of fundraisers. Takes donations and runs events.
- Charitable Work
- Gamers For Giving – Michigan’s largest game charity event, a game tournament that supports Gamers Outreach Foundation
- Gamers Outreach – A game industry charity organization that uses game events to raise money to set up game kiosks in hospitals and support the troops.
- Games Aid – A UK video Games charity that’s an umbrella for many other charities helping the disadvantaged. Raises money via activities, auctions, and more.
- Gaming For Good – A platform where you get games for donating to charity – with revenue going to Save The Children.
- Gaming Worldwide – Harnessess the power of gaming to get people involved in events, charities, and more.
- Hyrule Hustlers – Video game enthusiasts who sponsor Childs Play and run Zelda-based events and marathons.
- Marathon Gamers – A gaming marathon group tha does marathons for charities.
- Mario Marathon – A yearly all-Mario gameathon to support Childs Play.
- One Big Game – A nonprofit that raises money by selling games.
– Steven Savage
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