This month we campaigned up and down the country for GamesAid votes, supported Arthur Rank Hospice with their transition day and showcased our magical technology at the Ferrari club Summer Garden Party.
This month we've taken our campaign for GamesAid votes to the next level and visited our friends at Future Games of London, Green Man Gaming and Supermassive Games. We received a very warm welcome and took the opportunity to showcase our magical technology, while explaining the positive impact it has on the lives of life-limited and disabled children and their families. We have enjoyed every minute of the campaign and can't wait to see whether we've been successful in securing the vital funds needed to provide all children's hospices across the British Isles with magical packages of assistive technology.
Magical children's hospice
We support all children's hospices across the British Isles but we also recognise the challenges that young people face when the time comes to move from children's to adult's services. With that in mind, we've been supporting transition services in any way we can, so this month we headed to Arthur Rank Hospice to help with their transition day. The event was a collaboration of many fantastic organisations, just some of the activities that the young people enjoyed included head massages, volleyball, and virtual reality headsets provided by Lifelites. It was a great opportunity for the young people and their families to familiarise themselves with the new services on offer and we were glad we could help to make the process a little bit easier.
Magical corporate partners
The Ferrari Club kindly invited us to their Summer Garden Party at Danesfield House. It was a brilliant evening and a good opportunity to meet members and talk about the work that we do. A big thank you to the Ferrari Club for their support.