We’re raising money to help sick kids!
…and we need your help! For the eighth (sort of) consecutive year, Proletariat (the game studio behind Spellbreak) will be participating in Extra Life! Since 2020 was a unique year, we will be having a unique stream. On both February 6 and 7 we will have a 12 hour live stream to support Boston Children’s Hospital. Want to help us out? We have a donation goal of $8,000 and would really appreciate it if you could contribute to us reaching it!
We will be streaming LIVE from our Twitch channel on both days! We’ll be playing a variety of awesome stuff, including games like Hades, Among Us, and Spellbreak. Come hang out and join the fun!
How do I donate?
Hit that nice green “DONATE” button near the top of this page. Any amount helps and is sincerely appreciated! You can also share this page with your family and friends by linking them to proletariat.com/extralife :)
Can I join your team and help fundraise?
Yes, please! Just click the green “JOIN OUR TEAM” button (right by the donate button!) to become a fundraiser on the Proletariat team. Every donation that you get toward your personal goal also counts toward the team’s overall goal. With our powers combined, we can make a huge impact!
In other words…the more, the merrier :)
A little about us and why we love Extra Life
Proletariat is a Boston based game development studio that believes in putting community first. We’re strong proponents of bettering our local community through volunteering and we know that the Boston Children’s Hospital does incredible work to help children and their families. We’re honored that we’re able to help support the work that they do through Extra Life!
Since 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $50 million to help children's hospitals provide critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment, research and charitable care. We hope that you’ll consider donating either as a one-time gift to the hospitals or set up a monthly donation!
Your donation is tax-deductible and ALL PROCEEDS go to help kids.