Leading into this year's Dinner Auction we had high hopes of holding the event in person. With a successful in-person PAX West we made plans to move forward with all the safety precautions we could implement. We were very excited to see everyone at "Nerd Prom." Unfortunately, ticket sales were slow, and when we reached out to attendees from both the 2019 in-person auction and the 2020 virtual auction it was clear the majority of peo[…]
A virtual, worldwide gathering of organizations and individuals discussing best practices and what’s next in the rapidly growing fields of gaming technology and extended realities within the realm of pediatric healthcare. Whether you are an early-adopter, expert, or eventual explorer, this symposium covers wide-reaching topics encompassing everything from building fledgling programs to deep-dives addressing and surmounting common challenges.
Charity Hammer 3: The Charity of the Hammerous
Are you a Warhammer fan? Did you know Charity Hammer 3: The Charity of the Hammerous is just around the corner. Join in the fun and help support Child’s Play![…]
We wanted to take a moment to say thank you to our corporate sponsor, Xbox who recently donated 7,644 Xbox One controllers to send to our partner facilities. Controllers have a high turnover rate in the hospital setting due to high use and cleaning. These controllers will be put to great use.
Xbox has supported our mission in many ways over the years, and we appreci[…]
http://childsplaycharity.org/donateWe were excited to be able to approve 12 grants this year for Pediatric Game Technology Specilist (PGTS) positions briniging our total number of Child's Play funded PGTS positions to 30. We really see these positions as the best way to help hospitals increase the amount and type of game and tech solitions they can deploy.
8 Hospitals are getting funding for their first PGTS position
Dell Children's Medical Center