GamesAid Charity Calls for Nominations

July 30, 2012 -

UK-based games industry-driven charity GamesAid has opened up the nomination process to allow for voting on which charities it will support in its next round of funding. To be eligible, charities must be registered in the UK and focus on helping children and young adults in some way. Of course these charities will need be be game-related in some way as well. Organizations also have to have a turnover of £5m (roughly $7.85 million) or less and running costs of no more than 30 percent. Nominations opened up today and will end on August 13.

If you are interested in nominating a worthy charity in the UK, send an email to trustees@gamesaid.org with the name of the charity and a detailed reason why your choice is the best choice for support.

For more information on GamesAid, check out gamesaid.org.

Source: Develop


 
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