Safe In Our World Encourages Players To Be “Safer Together” In Its Largest Fundraising Drive For Mental Health Month.
In May, Safe In Our World has its first annual fundraising event. We truly are Safe Together, and May is Mental Health Month – during which the charity has lots of activity going on – all with the aim of encouraging players, creators, and developers to talk to one another.
This fundraising event is specifically for the charity, to enable it to continue to provide vital support and signposting to the video games industry.
Today Safe In Our World (www.safeinourworld.com) announced its biggest fundraising drive yet, as it aims to increase awareness, promoting positive discussions, and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health during Mental Health Month. Videogame players, developers, or publishers wishing to support the charity are encouraged to register for the Safe Together fundraiser by visiting the fundraising page on Tiltify.
Throughout the month of May, Safe In Our World will be encouraging players and creators to talk to friends, colleagues, or a professional; because talking is the first step to getting support.
Getting involved in the #SaferTogether fundraising event during May could not be easier. If you’d like to broadcast a stream, organize a co-op play-together or host a mental health discussion with your colleagues, we encourage registration via the fundraising page, or to get in touch directly with Safe In Our World.
Safe In Our World recently launched its first public Discord server: #SaferTogether at London Games Week. The server is designed to provide a public platform for gamers and industry to connect, find players for multiplayer games, discuss games, and be a safe community for all to talk or find resources.
Safe In Our World is funded solely by donations, receiving no government grants or funding, and Mental Health Month is vital in securing funding for the charity to continue to reach its goals and expand its operations through essential programs already in development, such as the Community Manager’s Mental Health Course course funded by Jingle Jam and other upcoming much-needed initiatives.
To help the charity reach its aims, there are a number of activities taking place in May in collaboration with Tiltify, beginning with a week-long celebration of gaming with patrons, ambassadors, supporters, and Level-Up partners.
An all-star cast of community streams from patrons such as Hannah Rutherford, and partners such as GameByte, Wired Productions, and Curve Digital will be hosting a Safer Together week of fun and games as the main fundraising activity from May 1st – May 7th, 2021.
As part of our fundraising drive this year, we’re offering Safe In Our World limited-edition merchandise for those that hit fundraising milestones, including a 2021 #SaferTogether Pin Badge, Safe In Our World facemask/bandana, and a Safe In Our World Reusable Coffee Cup.