111% of $50,000 goal
by 11 supporters
The COVID-19 pandemic has the gaming industry and community playing the world on challenge mode right now. Millions of gamers, developers, and studios are affected.
Moments like this have a way of revealing what really matters to us. In this daunting time, people are turning to games as a source of relief, escape, and connection. We are reminded every day why we play games - and why the people who make and play games matter.
Nonprofits that serve the video game community help make this industry the best it can be. This is why we’ve started the Stay in the Game Relief Fund - to help four nonprofits who serve and support this vibrant community stay in the game during the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis.
Collectively, our four organizations decrease stigma and support the mental health of game lovers and creators, work to create supportive environments for an entry into this creative industry, and pave the way for a gaming industry and community that is as safe and inclusive as it is innovative.
The need for our services and support is higher than ever. Games have always been there for us. Today, we need you to be there for the people who make and play them by donating. Your donations will be matched by companies from the games industry!
Our goal is $50,000. Are you game to help us?
Your gift will:
Want to help raise money for Stay in the Game Relief Fund? Click the blue "Fundraise" button above to start your own fundraising page! We encourage individuals to make their own pages, and we encourage game companies to create and share a company page where your employees can give to the campaign and show your collective support of these nonprofits.
All funds raised through the Stay in the Game Relief Fund will be equally distributed to the four collaborating nonprofits. All are 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofits and all contributions are 100% tax-deductible. All donations will be processed through Feminist Frequency, the parent organization of the Games & Online Harassment Hotline, EIN #46-3408143.