UK games industry-related charity GamesAid has begun a Christmas campaign to get video game companies in the country to donate unwanted merchandise to its eBay activity. The UK games industry charity raises money throughout the year and is distributed annually, as per the votes of GamesAid members. Almost £1m has been raised since GamesAid was founded five years ago, and in September alone, £260,000 was donated equally to five youth-orientated charities.
"This is the perfect time of year for us to push merchandise on eBay," said GamesAid chairman Stuart Dinsey. "But we need to keep receiving games, accessories, collectibles and even POS. It all sells well to fans who want to buy something whilst donating to a great cause."
Companies that want to donate to GamesAid's eBay program should send their items to:
Stukeley Meadows, Huntingdon, Cambs
For more info on the charity, check out www.gamesaid.org.