PRLog - Feb. 4, 2013 - Gaming World Wide (GWW), an organization dedicated to uniting the gaming community through positive and charitable acts, is proud to announce it has entered a working partnership with The AbleGamers Foundation. The alliance will see GWW provide hands-on assistance and support for The AbleGamers Foundation's initiatives, which seek to enrich the social lives of children and adults with disabilities throughout the world.
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“The AbleGamers Foundation is thrilled to be joined by the Gaming World Wide organization in support of gamers with disabilities,”
As part of their ongoing commitment to Barlet's cause, GWW will wield its network of United Gamers to raise awareness for the Foundation's mission and events through extensive community and industry outreach. GWW will also appear alongside The AbleGamers Foundation at future events; as well as lend its staff's skills, resources, and passion where needed.
“The staff here at Gaming World Wide has vowed to do everything possible to help Mark and The AbleGamers Foundation,”
About Gaming World Wide
Gaming World Wide is comprised of gamers and industry stakeholders who have united to design, develop, and conduct positive acts for gamers and the gaming community. Founded by Eric Cummings in 2012, it exists to enhance positivity within the industry and raise awareness for charitable causes throughout the world. To date, it has raised thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society and helped raise enough money to allow a Disabled Gamer by the name of Mike Begum to fix his Special Needs Van (which has since broken down). For more, visit www.gamingworldwide.host-
About The AbleGamers Foundation
The AbleGamers Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that runs AbleGamers.com, which provides news and reviews on the accessibility of mainstream video game titles, as well as consultation on assistive technology. As an alternative to Serious Gaming, mainstream video games supply many disabled individuals and veterans with rehabilitation as well as social stimulation in situations where they may be otherwise shut out of society's idea of normal everyday life.
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For more information about this topic, the AbleGamers Foundation, AbleGamers.com, or to schedule an interview with Mark Barlet, President of AbleGamers, call Steve Spohn at 1-855-ABLEGAMERS(
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