WAYNE, PA (PRWEB) MARCH 03, 2016
The family team behind A Better World - the do-good virtual world game on Facebook - is sending kids in need to summer camp as result of a successful February challenge partnership with the YMCA of Greater Brandywine.
Players in A Better World were challenged to complete 200,000 good deeds in the game during the month of February. Because they did so, kids in Chester County will have the opportunity to have the “Y summer experience,” providing hope and inspiration to those that need it most.
“The Y has a much bigger mission than people might realize. It’s a non-profit that strengthens the foundations of our community. It is our pleasure to support that important mission by contributing to the summer camp program to provide kids in need opportunities that they otherwise wouldn’t have,” said A Better World CEO, Ray Hansell.
A Better World encourages gratitude, habits of goodness, positive mindsets, and giving to social causes to make a difference. Players can even send get well notes to real world children recovering from surgeries. Fun rewards for doing good include dressing up, taking care of pets, and decorating virtual homes. Players also work together to meet do-good goals that, when met, release money to charities. A Better World calls this Cause Gaming®. You can learn more and play A Better World by going tohttp://www.Facebook.com/ABetterWorld.
About A Better World:
A Better World is a Social Enterprise whose mission is to make "Uplifting Games and Apps to Brighten the World." Our goal with everything we do is: Do-Good, Have Fun, and Change The World. We're committed to creating awesome stuff designed with the purpose of making a difference through optimism, altruism, and charity. Our flagship product is our A Better World game on Facebook, "Where All Good Deeds Are Rewarded and Real World Causes Are Supported!" As of Summer 2015, over 3.5 million people have done over 36 million good deeds in A Better World. Check it out at http://www.Facebook.com/ABetterWorld.
About The YMCA of Greater Brandywine:
The YMCA of Greater Brandywine is a leading Chester County non-profit charity dedicated to strengthening community through programs that support youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. With more than 80,000 members at nine facilities, the YMCA of Greater Brandywine invites all people to participate in membership and programs, regardless of their ability to pay. Anchored in more than 10,000 communities, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. http://www.ymcagbw.org.
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