Crowdfunding to Outfit Campos Plaza Community Center with Tablets
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S.O.S. Gamers is a local non-profit organization that aims to use “interactive electronic entertainment as a means to perform charitable services and support causes that aid society as a whole.” As part of its mission, the group founded the “Get Schooled” initiative, which helps supply underprivileged schools and educational facilities with much-needed tech equipment. For example, gear like computers, calculators, tablets, and recreational goods like video games.
This time it’s Campos Plaza Community Center that’s “getting schooled.” Game Politics reports that S.O.S. Gamers is crowdfunding $5,000 to purchase 30 tablets for dual educational and recreational purposes for children who visit. The crowdfunded acquisitions would also be used for regular gaming activities and unspecified events.
The campaign is currently underway over at CrowdTilt. Twenty-five days remain, and just under $200 has been raised.