There are many ways you can help support Game to Grow’s mission to spread intentional gaming around the globe.
We plan to expand programs even further to other cities nationwide, and to provide additional resources, materials, and training to support other professionals worldwide. But that’s not all. Game to Grow’s services are currently focused on therapeutic social skills groups for youth, but our mission is broad and our aim is high. We have been coordinating with educators to provide school-based services using games to improve educational outcomes, build valuable 21st century skills, and reduce the impact of bullying. We are developing programs focusing on the use of games to help veterans and first-responders with PTSD, and to provide support services to incarcerated youth and adults.
Your support is critical. With your tax-deductible donations, even more individuals can receive the support they need, either in our direct services, or through our training and outreach programs.
We have two ways you can donate!
Make a Cash Donation
…or Donate Crypto!
Fundraising for Game to Grow
Facebook fundraisers are a wonderful way to ask your network to support our mission. You can also spread the word about our mission and help raise funds at the same time! Click here to get started.
Other Ways to Support Game to Grow
When you make a purchase at the following link, Amazon will give a portion of the proceeds to Game to Grow! Click here to start shopping.
A fantastic distribution platform for video games, when you check out, select Game to Grow as the charity of your choice. Click here to get started.
You can support Game to Grow by donating a percentage of items sold! Learn more about eBay’s charity program.
If you live in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, you can help Game to Grow through your regular shopping at Fred Meyer, QFC, and associated stores. Link your Rewards Card to Game to Grow by logging in to your online account here. Of course, you can help support Game to Grow’s mission by spreading the word about intentional and therapeutic gaming by following, liking, and sharing on Twitter and Facebook.