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GamesAid’s new year goodies

 

Your New Year’s resolutions may only have lasted as long as New Year’s Day, but Sony has kicked off the new year with some highly desirable, limited edition gaming items for GamesAid’s ever popular ebay store.

First up is this rather splendid PlayStation Christmas sweater, modelled by Hollie Bennett and colleagues from the PlayStation Access team.

Part of a very limited run, this was sent to select members of the press at Christmas and this splendid jumper was donated to GamesAid by Hollie herself .

This is probably going your only chance to own this amazing piece of PlayStation history, so what are you waiting for? Get those bids in now!

 

Also available is this rather magnificent Gran Turismo 6 limited edition Press kit. This one, number  2008 of just 2600 in the entire world, was never made available to the general public and was kindly donated by Sony for GamesAid to auction.

This delightful Limited Edition press kit is sure to be a must have for Gran Turismo fans and comprises:

  • GT 6 poster
  • Exclusive 15th Anniversary notebook
  • Review assets
  • GT6  lanyard
  • Silver coin
  • Gran Turismo The Real Driving Simulator Review Disk (PS3)

All contained in that rather magnificent holographic box. The perfect gift for GT fans or petrolheads in general, the current bid stands at just £68, so weigh in and make it yours!

GamesAid’s ebay store is home to all manner of unique items of gaming memorabilia and is one of the charity’s biggest fundraisers with over £150,000 raised to date and every penny single penny raised going to the charities GamesAid supports.

The GamesAid Store

You too can play your part, by of course bidding on and buying great gaming goodies from the GamesAid ebay store, you can also donated your own unique promotional items and sending them to:

The Producers

2 Stonehill
Stukeley Meadows
Huntingdon
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United Kingdom

About GamesAid

GamesAid is a charity working within the UK Games and Interactive Entertainment Industry and acts as a means of giving something back on behalf of the industry.  It acts as an overarching broker of charitable activities and distributes funds to a diverse range of UK based charities. It is a non-trading body administered by Trustees and formally run by a chairman.

Funds are raised in a number of ways including, but not limited to: social or sporting events, individual and corporate donations, games packs and in-App purchases.

Charities supported must all be registered and will go through a due diligence process to ensure they meet the GamesAid requirements namely small to medium sized charities that have a turnover under £5m pa and who support children and young people based in the UK.

Anyone who works in theUKvideo games industry is eligible to become a member. Once a member they are updated with regular newsletters and can nominate charities for the rest of the membership to vote on to receive funds.

Sign up now and play your part, it’s easy and free.