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Gaming for a Good Cause

The Sarcastic Gamer Podcast is hosting an amazing 24 hour gaming marathon charity event. The Epic Dolls are going to help but we need YOU! You can take part in one of two ways.

1. Sponsor Our Team

You can sponsor the Epic Dolls team by clicking on the link to the right and hit the “donate now” button. You can give as much as you’d like or as little as $1 an hour for 24 hours of gaming. You give, we play and everyone wins.

2. Join Our Team

If you want to be an even greater part of the event, you can join the Epic Dolls team. Just click on the link to the right and hit “create a fundraising page and join my team”. You then sign up and commit to getting 4 sponsors for yourself at a minimum of $24 each. Then you play WoW with the Dolls for 24 hours on October 18.

This is a great event for an even greater cause. Its easy for us to all get wrapped up in our games and daily lives. Lets not forget about those who are taking on bigger challenges in life than Karazhan. These kids are truly Epic and they need our help.

From the Extra Life Website:

On Saturday October 18th, 2008 gamers from around the world will come together for 24 hours to raise money and awareness for the cause of pediatric cancer.  Cancer is the number one cause of non-accidental death in children.  Together, we’re going to stand with the families from around the world who come to Texas Children’s Cancer Center in Houston, Texas for lifesaving treatment.  Texas Children’s Cancer Center serves kids worldwide regardless of their family’s ability to pay.  This generous philosophy means that your support is crucial to ensuring not only the development of new cutting edge cures, but also to provide care to kids from all corners of the globe.

Be a hero by simply doing something you love!  Play games.  Heal kids.


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I think this is a great event – good luck raising money!

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