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GamesAid makes call for ambassadors

Gaming charity asks for volunteers to organising charity events and evangelise objectives

Charity GamesAid has made a call for a new wave of ambassadors to help organise new events and expand the organisation's visibility.

After organising a number of charity events, including its third annual golf day in January, organisers have made a call for new ambassadors to help "maximise fundraising efforts, spread the word throughout the industry to get more GamesAid’s members and be an even bigger part of GamesAid."

  Ambassadors would be expected to devise and organise at least one fundraising event a year, with suggestions ranging from a poker night and sponsored run to an auction, party or cricket match.

They will also be required to help increase the membership of GamesAid by evangelising its objectives and achievements and contributing to newsletters and communications.

The charity was established in 2008, primarily to support children's causes in the UK. The organisation was founded by seven trustees, including executives from Eurogamer, Mastertronic, Sports Interactive and Relentless.  

Further information can be found at the official website.

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