Amongst Croydon’s coronavirus struggle, Go2Games have been an aid to those in the community who require it most. We pride ourselves on giving back where possible, as our director Craig Constantinides declares the virus will not be an obstacle to continue to support the community.
Similarly to our mission last April of donating gaming equipment such as consoles and games to children with disabilities, we strived to continue our charitable deeds. Teaming up with Croydon Commitment, through crowd funding, has allowed us to provide laptops to families that do not have access to one. The #KeepCroydonConnected hashtag has benefited many families struggling through difficult times, especially under the circumstances of working from home.
St Chad's Primary School students are over the moon with their devices through #keepcroydonconnected Thanks to everyone that has donated to the appeal! These are the results and let's keep going!
Link in BIO.#croydon #appeal #yourcroydon #digitaldivide #croydontogether pic.twitter.com/JVNE1lHvvV
— Go2Games (@GO2GAMES) January 29, 2021
Our mission to equip more people with devices is ongoing and with your generous donations we continue to aid one family at a time. We have recently provided children of St Chad’s Primary school with laptops, which we hope is a great support to their families. Through the use of these devices we hope to create a positive impact on mental health through using gaming as an escape from anxious realities that we face.
To donate to #KeepCroydonConnected click the link below, and your donation will help to support many more families, as we aim to.