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GamesAid Charity Stream

We are happy to announce that on Wednesday 4th March we’ll be hosting at Payload Studios in London a charity stream on Tw...

Charity Nominations for 2019 are now open!

Our nominations period for nominating charities this year is NOW OPEN! Is there a particular charity you want GamesAid to suppo...

Analog Fanzine’s Power Up Party on 10th July in Brighton

Heading to Develop Brighton this year? Not sure what to do on the Wednesday? Well Analog Magazine’s Power Up Party on Wednesd...


The Neighbourhood Jam: Caiomhe Roddy’s testimony

Our Neighbourhood Jam finished on the 6th of July with a total of £1286 raised for charity and we can’t be more impresse...

Everyone Can is back and they are reopening next week!

After 4 long months of closing the doors to their Technology & Gaming centre the team at Everyone Can are SO excited to ann...

The Neighbourhood Jam – First impressions

A couple of days ago we finished our Neighbourhood Jam, a game jam we’ve been organizing along with the fantastic Erin Ha...



Our Mission

The games industry is a young industry full of energetic and enthusiastic people bursting with ideas and creativity, GamesAid seeks to harness the talents and energy of our industry to get out and raise money for great causes.

We are always looking for new ideas and new members to join our ever growing membership to help us to improve the lives of the many young people who need support.

GamesAid acts as a collective for charitable activity on behalf of the industry, taking advice from all sectors. It is a non-trading body. The charity is administered by Trustees, who operate on a fixed term basis. It is formally run by a Chair, who is also on a fixed term.