Gaming Charity for Cancer Research
Last year I posted an article about AbleGamers Charity, explaining how helpful video games have proven to be for people affected by disability and thus unable to do even the smallest things in real life. Today I want to talk about Gaming Charity for Cancer Research, since this project has grown quite a lot in the past few years thanks to the most recent technology and social media.
“I believe that there is nothing more powerful for people with disabilities than the freedom that only videogames can provide. It is an art form that allows us to all run, jump, and be whatever we want to be.” Mark Barlet, Founder of AbleGames Charity.