Clarion Gaming helps raise funds for disabled children
Clarion Gaming has once again supported CHIPS, a charitable organization formed by representatives of the gaming industry and supplying electrically-operated wheelchairs to children who have serious problems with movement.
The company presented two teams at a charity golf tournament, which collected a total of £40,000.
The collaboration between Clarion and CHIPS began at ICE London 2018. At that time, the company donated to a five-year-old Harley Hickling-Allen a lightweight wheelchair. The child suffers from a serious illness that causes problems with balance and muscle control.
“I am incredibly grateful to Clarion Gaming for supporting a charitable organization that was created by the gaming industry. ICE London plays and continues to play a key role as a must-see business event for the international gaming industry. Almost all supporters of our organization participate in the ICE as either exhibitors or delegates. It's great when such an event is supported by CHIPS,” - said Linda Lindsey, co-founder of CHIPS.
CHIPS is managed by industry representatives and is also supported by many gambling companies. Thanks to donations, CHIPS managed to raise over £ 2.2 million and purchase more than 520 wheelchairs for many children and their families.
The number of visitors to ICE London 2018 was a record, showing an increase of 11% compared with 2017 - up to 33,536 guests.
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