Game Tournament - East Cheshire Hospice

Game Tournament

Consider yourself a bit of a gamer? Love a good board game with the family? Want to put your gaming skills to the test? If you answered ‘yes’, then we’ve got the challenge for you!

Set yourself the challenge to run a 24-hour gaming marathon in the comfort of your own home. Whether it’s PlayStation or PC, or board games or Charades, take on this challenge either on your own or with a family member for support and play non-stop games for 24 hours straight! We couldn’t think of a better challenge, could you?

 

How do I get started?

Whatever form of gaming you decide to take on, start by setting up your Just Giving page here and follow the simple step-by-step process to creating your fundraising page. Make sure to fill in the details about your challenge, set yourself a fundraising target, share your page with friends and family on social media, email, WhatsApp, text… And away you go!

 

You could even live stream your challenge directly to your Just Giving fundraising page!

Follow the step-by-step process by clicking the link here to see how you could add a live stream to your page.

 

Putting your gaming skills to the test whilst raising those vital funds for East Cheshire Hospice.

It costs £7,500 to keep the Hospice running for 1 day, so every penny that you can raise is important. You may never know exactly how your support will help but you can be assured that the impact your support will have on local families who can benefit from the Hospice services at one of the most difficult and emotional times will be huge and ever so appreciated.

If you would like any advice or if you have any questions at all please contact the Challenge Coordinator Bethan Wade on bwade@echospice.org.uk or call 01625 665691.

 

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