Child’s Play

When I was younger, I was a sick little person.  I had to spend a lot of time in the hospital. (Including several birthdays and Christmases)  One thing I always remember about the experience is playing hospital’s SNES. It is how I got my first taste of gaming.  Since then, gaming has grown into a passion, and (hopefully) future career.

Child’s play is a charity set up to provide sick children with Videogames, Movies, and Books.  The best part of this charity is that it is run by the video-game industry.  They are hoping to prove that the bad stereotypes that seem to follow gamers while using the industry to brighten a sick kid’s day.

This charity is a great organization.  I know firsthand that they can change lives.


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