More than a video game
Lifelites has been chosen to receive an award of £62,571 from GamesAid, a video games industry charity. The donation is one of only seven to be made during 2014 and follows the successful canvassing of votes from members of the games industry by the small team at Lifelites. The funds will support the provision of specialist technologies for terminally ill and disabled children in baby and children’s hospices in the British Isles.
Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy said, ‘Lifelites aims to select the best technologies to enhance the lives of children in hospices, and the generosity of this award will really help us to deliver this. There is no end to the fun, creativity and chance to communicate that technology can bring to these children, helping to give them unlimited possibilities. Thank you isn’t sufficient to express how grateful we are to GamesAid for this terrific donation.’