RNIB encourages gamers to fundraise
Author: Andrew McClean
Gamers have been asked to fundraise while they play for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) as part of a campaign to highlight inclusion in gaming.
Becca McRow-Brewer, RNIB community giving manager, said: ‘We are encouraging gamers from across the UK to support RNIB by hosting a fundraising stream around Global Accessibility Awareness Day (May 20). Every pound raised will help create a world without barriers for people with sight loss.’
Resources for gamers who want to host a Gaming for RNIB fundraising stream on an online platform have been made available, which included overlays and simulation glasses.