Safer Together: May Fundraiser 2021Posted: 1 Apr 2021
We’re delighted to announce our Safer Together Fundraiser which will take place in May for Mental Health Month.
This Mental Health Month we’re encouraging everyone to talk. Whether it’s to a friend, colleague, or a professional, talking is the first step to getting support, and we believe we’re safer together.
With that in mind, this March, we launched our first public Discord server: Safer Together, with the purpose of providing a public platform for gamers and industry folk to connect, find players for multiplayer games, discuss games, and be a safe community for all to talk or find resources.
The Safer Together Fundraiser is looking to raise money for our future initiatives and continuing in our mission to eliminate stigma surrounding mental health within the video games industry and its communities, so that every player and employee feels safe to reach out for help.
The fundraiser will span the whole month of May, with Safe In Our World All-Star Community streams every day from the 1st – 7th May.
We’ve now set up the event on Tiltify!
If you’re looking to support us throughout the fundraiser and wish to register your own (solo or team) campaign to contribute to the event total, please follow this link to register with the event.
We’ve curated a list of ways that you could support us:
- Donations – We are hugely appreciative of any support within the fundraiser itself.
- Fundraising – Within the Tiltify Campaign, you can register to create a fundraiser to contribute to main total, whether as part of a team or a solo campaign to support #SaferTogether – whether you’re a streamer, an athlete or anything in between, the opportunities are endless, and we appreciate every single one of you.
- Visibility – Any support in boosting our communications around the fundraiser would be greatly appreciated through social media platforms.
Thank you all so much for the continued support, we’re excited to launch this fundraiser alongside our Discord, and be able to encourage more people to talk.