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GamesAid 2012 charity voting goes live

Fourteen charities are in the running

Following nominations, GamesAid has revealed the fourteen eligible charities for the 2012 charity drive. All fourteen charities fit GamesAid's criteria of having a focus on children, running costs under 30 percent, and a turnover of 5 million or less.

This year's charities include:

  • Accuro
  • Action for Kids
  • Children's HIV Assocation
  • Dreamflight
  • Family Holiday Assocation
  • Friends of Chelsea Children's Hospital School
  • Jigsaw4u
  • Julia's House
  • Lifelites
  • MAPS
  • Scottish Huntington's Assocation
  • Small Steps
  • SpecialEffect
  • The Willow Foundation

Voting on the charity that will receive financial support from GamesAid in 2012 is done at the official GamesAid website, which contains more information about each eligible charity. Voting opens today and will be closing at midnight on September 23, 2012.

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