Victoria Lebron

Extra Life 2017

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On November 4th, I'll be playing games for 24 hours to raise funds for sick kids at my local children's hospital!
 

Here's how it works

  • Extra Life is a 24-hour fundraising and gaming marathon to support Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. 
  • On Game Day (Nov. 4th), I will join the thousands of gamers and dedicate an entire day to play games and get donations from friends like YOU!
  • 100% of the donations go to my local hospital. TOGETHER we will make a difference for sick kids!

Your donation is tax-deductible and will make miracles happen for families who desperately need them. You can click the "Donate" button at the top of this page to make a safe and easy online donation. 

Playing video games has always been a hobby of mine. Until I discovered Extra Life, I never thought my hobby could do anything to benefit anyone besides myself. Now, by participating in Game Day on the 4th of November, I can help raise money for a local children's hospital. And all I have to do is attempt to play video games for 24 hours. That's a win-win for everyone, right? 

On Game Day, I am planning on streaming my gaming. So, if you have some free time, log on and watch, feel free to chat with me, and tell everyone you know. If you aren't interested in watching the stream, that's okay. If you don't care much about video games, alright. But please consider donating. None of the money goes to me, it's all going to a hospital here in Illinois. If every friend I had on Facebook donated just $1, I would make double my goal for this year. 

So, I hope you join me on Game Day to help raise money for sick kiddos. Over the next week and a half leading up to Game Day, I will be establishing a schedule for what games I'll be playing (I'm taking requests) and making sure to provide everyone with more information about Extra Life and the awesome things it has accomplished.




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