Hey There Gearboxers!
Welcome to our Extra Life Team's fundraising page! Our crew is on a mission to help sick and injured kids in our local community and we need your help. Each of us has chosen our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital that treats thousands of children each year, regardless of their illness, injury or even their family's ability to pay. These kids are facing scary stuff like cancer, cystic fibrosis, and injuries they may get from just being a kid.
To help raise funds and awareness for these sick and injured kids, we're participating in this huge worldwide movement called Extra Life. Gamers of all kinds pledge to play everything from video games to board games and tabletop RPG's for 24 hours! It's our sincere hope that you'll find it in your heart to support our efforts with a monthly pledge or one-time gift that will go directly to the hospital each of us has chosen to support.
Where To Watch!
You can watch the live stream on either our Facebook Page or Twitch Channel! You can also join our Facebook Event for updates on everything we have going on. Be sure to tune in and help spread the word by sharing our live streams!
How To Donate!
Your donation is tax-deductible and will make miralces happen for families who desparately need them. To make a safe and easy online donation to a member of our team, click on the "Roster" tab and then on a participant's name.
We need your help to reach our goal For The Kids. Thank you so much for supporting our team's efforts!
About Extra Life!
Extra Life is a Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising program within the gaming community. Participants fundraise year-round and pledge to game for 24 hours with one goal: to save and improve the lives of sick and injured kids. Funds raised stay local to help pediatric patients at 170 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals across North America. Since 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $50 million for member hospitals. The movement, formed by gamers bonded by passion, is committed to saving and improving the lives of local kids.