Two months ago, G2A Co-founder and CMO Dawid Rozek, announced that G2A would be working together with Gaming for Good to help children from all around the world.
Dawid said: “Now is the time to help, to show that G2A, Gaming for Good and Save the Children together, can and will make a difference.”
Only 8 weeks after the inauguration of the Humanitarian Emergency All-Out Response Team (HEART), Ethiopia was affected by the worst drought in 50 years. This catastrophe poses an urgent threat to millions of mothers and children in the region. The number of Ethiopians in critical need of food assistance has skyrocketed from 3 to 10 million in just one year.
“It is time to act. It is time to show how big the hearts of gamers really are,” said Dawid Rozek.
G2A is directly supporting this cause with donations to Save the Children, as well as providing Gaming for Good with a customized solution for online payments from across the globe through G2A Pay. More than 100 payment methods are being used within G2A Pay and contributors can choose from amongst them to make a donation.
“Join us and the community of over 1500 streamers who are raising funds for Ethiopia. Simply visit: Gaming for Good, chose your streamer and make a donation, or start your own stream and engage your community. It’s up to us to show how fast and how many children we can reach,” said Bachir ‘Athene’ Boumaaza.
Save the Children is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries. Save the Children is working closely with the Government of Ethiopia, other NGOs and UN agencies to get to Ethiopia’s children who are in urgent need of our help and support.■
Editor: Darryl Linington
Source: IT News Africa
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