EXTRA LIFE PHOENIX Two Ways to Plays Games & Heal Kids
Thank you to all 475 Gamers that registered and competed the past several weeks to get to the finals. The finals for Fortnite, League of Legends, Madden NFL21 and Valorant will be livestreamed today, December 1 from 1pm – 9pm (MST) at Twitch.tv/axisreplay
Thom “F.” Badinger will be hosting the livestream with special guests that include Larry Ridley, host of @SNYtv and voice of Madden NFL18 and Brandon Bell, former @PennStatefball player. Be sure to tune-in and watch the nail biting finals to see who takes the prize money in each tournament.
Not only are we livestreaming this awesome event, but today is GivingTuesday – a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. Be a part of this movement and make a donation today – #GivingTuesday!
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Year Round Fundraising
What a powerful year it has been at Phoenix Children’s Hospital thanks to the hard work of the Extra Life community. As of today, we have already raised over $60,000 to help heal local kids in our community and we are not done yet. Your incredible efforts have made 2020 a record-breaking year and a bright spot in the midst of challenging times. There’s still time to make an even bigger impact and help patients and their families during the holidays, and now is the time to keep this momentum going. Sign up, fundraise and bring cheer to Phoenix Children’s during the Holiday Season – Learn more and sign up at www.extra-life.org and choose to support Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Extra Life is a 24-hour gaming marathon that raises funds to support 170 member children’s hospitals across the U.S. and Canada. Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment and charitable care. Since 2008, Extra Life has raised more than $40 million for CMN Hospitals.
People participate in Extra Life for a magnitude of different reasons! Watch video testimonial from Extra Life Community members to hear why others are playing their favorite games in support of local sick and injured kids.