UNICEF Set To Launch ClickforCovid Relief Gaming Stream

UNICEF Set To Launch ClickforCovid Relief Gaming Stream
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In 2020, the ‘new wave’ of youth consumers have inspired the world with their activism and fundraising, so eGEN is proud to have partnered with UNICEF, Loserfruit and friends to help gamers fight COVID and help the world’s most vulnerable children.

The world’s most famous strawberry will be joined by her Click crew for a livestream of Epic
proportions. After conquering the gaming world by getting her very own skin in Fortnite,
Loserfruit is preparing to help the world by raising money for UNICEF and the World Health
Organization COVID-19 global response.

The funds raised will be used to reach marginalised children and communities with critical
healthcare, protective equipment, access to education and child protection programs.
UNICEF are doing whatever it takes to protect children from Coronavirus and it’s devastating
impacts.

Going live at 9am on July 4th, 2020 (AEST) at twitch.tv/loserfruit, the Click for COVID Relief
Stream in support of UNICEF and eGen will feature Loserfruit’s signature brand of
personality, gameplay skills and on-point dance moves.

For more information about UNICEF and its work for children visit unicef.org.au or to donate
prior to the stream or on the day, please visit https://tiltify.com/@lufu/gaming-for-kids-worldwide
Every donation received will not only go towards helping the global UNICEF & World Health
Organisation COVID solidarity fund response, but also unlocks new stream challenges for
Loserfruit to perform, rewards, and some special guest surprises.

Plus, any individual or business that donates over $500 will get a special mention during the stream. It’s like a
Battle Pass for humanity.

Coronavirus is the biggest global crisis to affect children since world war two. A whole generation is in danger, especially children from the most marginalised communities.

Coronavirus particularly threatens children already impacted by war, disease, hunger and poverty, whose very survival depends on continued access to healthcare, food and water, and medical supplies.

New research shows that 1.2 million children could die over the next six months due to the reduction of services – that is a staggering 6,000 children a day, or a child every 15 seconds.

Coronavirus doesn’t end for anyone until it ends for everyone. So come Click for COVID
Relief and help make sure COVID isn’t the last one standing.

 

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