RuneScape players and developer Jagex donate a giant 250,000 USD to mental health charities | Articles

RuneScape developer Jagex introduced in the present day that’s has raised and donated a whopping $250,000 for charity. This can be break up equally between the developer’s three partnered mental health charities: CPSL Mind, The Prince’s Trust, and Rise Above the Disorder. The information arrived in a video posted to Jagex’s official YouTube channel earlier in the present day.

The cash was raised as a part of an in-game charity occasion that ran again in May throughout Mental Health Awareness Week. Proceeds from Solomon’s General Store over those self same seven days have additionally gone in direction of the whole, which stands at over $100,000. This has been mixed with an earlier donation from April for a grand whole of $250,000.

“It’s amazing and humbling to see RuneScape players being as supportive of our mental health charity partners as everyone at Jagex is,” stated Phil Mansell, Jagex CEO.” The work of CPSL Mind, The Prince’s Trust and Rise Above the Disorder is more important than ever right now and all three need all the support they can get to help people through these testing times and champion better mental health.”

Those in search of mental health recommendation will discover an article revealed by Jagex and CPSL Mind known as Wellbeing During Isolation obtainable proper right here. It offers hyperlinks to additional info and sources.

Beyond in the present day’s donation, Jagex has additionally donated £60,000 to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, a UK-based charity dedicated to social inclusion, group cohesion, and the alleviation of poverty. This donation was made in help of Black Lives Matter. Jagex will even match any charitable donations made by workers to organisations “committed to advancing the opportunities for ethnic minorities, and those involved in fighting racial prejudice.”

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