Industry charity calls for contributions to expand store offerings

Hundreds of Christmas bargains hit GamesAid eBay store

With less than a month to go until Christmas, video games charity GamesAid is here to help for those looking for a gaming bargain.

Since going live in June 2009 GamesAid’s eBay store has raised an incredible £113,417.88 for charity. And with hundreds of games currently available to buy online, there’s no reason why that number shouldn’t soar over the next few weeks.

You can check out GamesAid’s eBay store here.

There are other ways you can help, too. Whether you’re a member of the industry or not you can post all your unwanted goodies (including both retail and press/promo games as well as t-shirts and other gaming collectibles) straight to GamesAid at the following address:

Attn Gary Winter
C/O The Producers
2 Stonehill, Stukeley Meadows,
Huntingdon, Cambs,
PE29 6ED

“This is the easiest way for games companies to raise money for GamesAid,” trustee Andy Payne stated.

“Any company can simply send us their unused games merchandise and it will be sold off via eBay to raise money. All monies raised are then distributed to the charities nominated by GamesAid members at the end of each year.”

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