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Game for Good: Rescue Bear Operation

What is it?
Rescue Bear Operation is a free to play, one level, mini game intended for children; but appealing to all ages.
This game is intentionally kept simple and accessible. There are two

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Gamer for Good encourages participation this Earth Day 2017

Given the state of the importance being placed on environmental concerns by the current administration in the US, we here at Gamers for Good hope each and every one of

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GDC 2017: What I expected, what I didn’t

GDC 2017 in my mind was going to be so much less stress than 2016 since NO BOOTH! I expected to get to meet so many people at a leisurely pace

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Starting the New Year 2017 off with Compton Initiative

Gamers for Good was excited to help out the Compton Initiative once again this January. They had contacted us ahead of the work day to see if we were interested

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Operation Santa toy sorting is a great way to celebrate Christmas 2016

There is nothing like the feeling of loading your teens up on Christmas Eve to go serve others. That feeling is magnified when you arrive and are greeted by friends who

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Dec 2016 Helping families celebrate with a little Holiday “toy”magic

The Salvation holds so many wonderful events around the LA, so I am always very excited when Gamers for Good gets invited to participate in these very special experiences they provide.
This

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Spending Thanksgiving 2016 serving others Westside style

When we signed up to volunteer on Thanksgiving, we were a little afraid we would be alone. But never fail we had gamers come out to join us. We signed

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Refacing an elemantary school with Compton Initiative Oct 2016

Sometimes when we arrive at Compton Initiative we already know what our task for the workday is and other we just show up to rally and go with the flow.

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Sept 2016 YouthCARE

While up in Seattle for PAX West, Gamers for Good decided to give back to the community of Seattle. We found an awesome organization Youthcare who serves the homeless youth in

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Gamers for Good volunteers at: The Compton Initiative July 2016

There is nothing like getting your hands dirty community service to really help center any nonprofit worker. Sweat earned out in the community giving back is just the recharge of

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Retro: Game Developer’s Conference 2016

What should we repeat?

There was a need for these reviews: When we went into planning this, we weren’t certain we would be active, we hoped, we thought, but not certain. We

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DEC 2015 Salvation Army Christmas Carnival

Helping spread holiday cheer in Downtown LA with the Salvation Army. We helped prepare snacks and treats, got the prizes already, then got to play lots of games with all

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OCT 2015 AIDS walk

Gamers for Goods took to the streets of LA and fundraised and walked our way around the Beverly Hills/West Hollywood area with the others that participated here in Los Angeles

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Sept 2015 Gamer for Life Book Signing

The pinnacle to the Gamer for Life project was the launch and signing event. Riot Games was gracious enough to host us and allowed us to take over Bildgewater and

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Sept 2015 Gamer for Life Book Shipping

Art books arriving on pallets, bubble wrap filled the living room, we were official a distribution warehouse!! We packaged a shipped all 1000+ order by hand ourselves 🙂 Yay, GAMER

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AUG 2015 Incredible Edible

Gamers for Good headed down to Orange County and met up with some OC gamers and headed out to the Incredible Edible Garden at The Great Park to pick fresh

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July 2015 Compton Initiative: Rain or Shine

With  our Gamers for Good secured we met in the rain with, lots of Gnomon student who joined us to serve in the Compton community. Shows how a few drops can’t

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June 2015 American Heart Ball

It’s not often we get the chance to help set up for a formal ball being held under the ENDEAVOUR SHUTTLE!!!! So we jumped on the chance to help contribute towards

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May 2015 Junior Blind Camp

We headed out early Sat morning to help set up and run a day camp for Blind kids and their families around the LA area. tThe kids and the families we

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April 2015 Earth Day at the Wetlands

This Earth Day, Gamers for Good decided to flex their muscles and put some sweat and labor into our planet. We removed invasive plants, trash, furniture and many other interesting

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March 2015 LA Foodbank

Paired up again with a pack of Gnomon students, and lots of LA area gamers for good we went to serve at the LA Food Bank prepping for distribution. I think

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Jan 2015 Wheels for Humanity

Gamers from up and down the Southern CA area joined up to help clear, repair and refurbish wheelchairs for distribution to the poor. once in awhile we get to do

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Dec 2014 Operation Santa

The crew packed in the vehicles and headed over to Pasadena to help the Jaycees get all the toys ready for Santa Team distribution to needy kids all over the

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Nov 2014 Feast of Sharing

Thanksgiving is one of the holidays that the taking stock and having gratitude tends to have a lot of folks look to help someone less fortunate. Gamers for Good got

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Nov 2014 Meals for Vets

With several Vets among our ranks, our CoFounder Peet Cooper included Veteran’s Day is one we really feel connected serving other on. We took this opportunity to head up to

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Oct 2014 Ballona Wetlands

One never truly will ever understand how bad for our planet styrofoam is until you go clean a wetland that filters a river from a metro area. After our service

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Jul 2014 UCP Wheels for Humanity

UCP offers a unique volunteer experience with Wheels for Humanity. you get to work with your hands on something that will make a difference in every moment of it’s receivers

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Oct 2013 Richland Elementary School Haunted House

After Peet and I have participated in the construction of the Haunted House at our daughter’s school, Richland Elementary, the previous year, we had to ask if we could invite

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