Extra Life 2020 With Christian Geek Central

The gaming community is an amazing group to be a part of. Playing videogames can actually be a blessing for many people, like raising money for causes that are saving lives. Children hospitals all over the USA receive millions of dollars every year from an organization called Extra Life. They join together with gamers, while streaming on platforms like Twitch or YouTube, to ask their viewers for donations towards the cause.

Once again this year, I’ve joined with the Christian Geek Central team to raise money for children via Extra Life. If you are not aware of Extra Life, below you can see a video that explains it all. You can click here to donate!

Every year the CGC team has been able to raise more than the year before, so I hope you would be able to give even $1 towards this charitable cause.

If you have any questions, let me know. You can also donate while I am on Twitch, but I do not have a set schedule set. I do try to stream around 530pm on Monday’s and Wednesday’s, but sometimes life happens and I can’t. Thank you again in advance, and even if you don’t donate, please share the team page via social media to get the word out. These children will be greatly blessed by it, take care! God bless.

Why We’re Doing This

Our efforts with Extra-Life are part of a huge international celebration of the social impact of gamers. And as a Christian team inspired by the teaching of scripture and the life of Jesus, we see this event as a way to respond to God’s call to care for those in need!

It’s our genuine hope that you’ll support us with a one-time gift that will go directly to that team member’s chosen hospital. Your donation is tax-deductible and ALL PROCEEDS go to help kids. Last year, Extra Life raised 14 million dollars to save kids, and we want to help raise even more this year! We can’t do it without your help. 

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When not conquering digital worlds in video games, he can be found reading, watching anime, listening to music writing, and just enjoying life as a geek in the city.

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