Articles tagged with: GamesAid
It’s safe to say our editor-in-chief DolphGB had one of those “really, honest, am I really doing this?” moments when he signed up for the UK’s toughest 10k obstacle course race. After all, he hadn’t willingly performed any exercise in over a decade, unless you count him twitching his thumbs on a DualShock pad.
Just in case you somehow missed our constant broadcasting, our editor-in-chief DolphGB is tackling the UK’s toughest 10k obstacle course, despite being inactive for several years. His run is this Saturday and we’re trying to raise as much money as possible for PS3 Attitude’s chosen charity, GamesAid.
We mention GamesAid regularly, but it’s been a while since we last explained what GamesAid does and why the charity deserves your money.
If you’ve been around the site for very long, you know that we pride ourselves on bringing you the latest and greatest PlayStation 3 coverage that we can. Unfortunately, the fact that we do all this for charity sometimes gets lost in the shuffle of things. Today we’re going to give you a reminder of why we do this, as well as a way for you to add some additional support.
GamesAid, the UK games industry charity, has selected which five charities will receive a donation of £20,000 each.
The public were asked to vote for the charities that they wanted to receive a donation, and they came out in favour of the following Action for Kids, Families Need Fathers, SpecialEffect, The Willow Foundation and Volunteer Centre Sutton: MAPS.
GamesAid should be a charity familiar to any of you regular readers, seeing as they are the champion folks we support here at Attitude Towers. Every penny we raise goes to the charity, one which is supported by the industry itself.
Here is where the salient details come in; GamesAid raise money. The industry support them in this endeavour. And what is the best way to support a charity? Give them all the profits from a great gaming triple-pack, that’s what!