Dear friends and family,
The Extra Life Los Angeles Guild is on a mission to save kids through video games.  Our Guild is a community-run organization focused on the recruitment of new Extra Life gamers and solicitation of donations to benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
If you’ve not yet heard of Extra Life, it is an epic 24-hour gaming marathon benefitting local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in nearly 170 markets across the United States and Canada.
Last year, Los Angeles Extra Lifers raised nearly $80,000 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, 100% of which went to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.  Including our donation, Extra Life as a whole raised over $4 million nationwide!  Due to our overwhelming success, the Extra Life Los Angeles Guild was formed.  This year, we’ve set our goal to $100,000 and needless to say, we need your help!!!
Here are multiple ways you can help us save kids:
  • Join Us - Click HERE and then select “Extra Life Los Angeles Guild” as your team!
  • Donate - Donate safely and securely to the Extra Lifer who sent you here by checking the Roster HERE, or Click SUPPORT ME above to donate directly to Extra Life LA as a whole. Your donation is tax-deductible and 100% of it goes to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
  • Share - Use any of the social media tools under the “Get the Word Out section on the bottom right of this page, or Copy-and-Paste this link to your various social media networks:
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Thank you for your time, your support, and caring for these children!
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me via email at
Salvador Elizondo
Guild President
Extra-Life Los Angeles

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