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Posted on Monday, December 10 @ 21:44:37 PST by Duke_Ferris
Mike and Jerry over at Penny Arcade have a lot to be proud of, but at the end of the day, I bet nothing makes them feel more proud than founding  the Child's Play Charity.

Every year Game Revolution has also been proud to contribute to Child's Play, buying games and consoles for the Children's Hospital here in nearby Oakland, California. GR also donates some of our extra (rated E) games from the office to a local orphanage.

This year has gone well thanks in part to other game companies, the wacky guys on the Desert Bus for Hope, and generous fellow gamers like yourself.

And this is the predictable point where I ask you all to help out if you haven't already. All of you - every single one. It's not hard to do, and some of the toys only cost three or four bucks if you're broke. So no excuses. Click through to the Child's Play website and do it already.

If there's really no way you can help them with a donation, consider joining Folding Team GR. We've advanced to number 784 out of over ninety thousand. Put your PC or your PS3 to work for medical research when you're not using it.

Who knows? Some day that research might save a sick child's life so GR can buy him a game.

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