Scrabble tiles on a wooden surface which spell out the words Gaming For Good. There are other board game pieces scattered around them.

Gaming for Good! (11-25th February)

18th January 2023

In partnership with End Youth Homelessness, we are excited to launch our third annual gaming festival, bringing together gamers from across the UK in a bid to level the playing field for homeless young people.

Gaming for Good exists to bring people together. We want you to have fun, connect with friends and enjoy this event with us! We also hope to raise the funds we need to continue delivering vital services to homeless young people across Bristol and the South West.

Here are just some ideas for how you could get involved:

  • Hold a Video Gaming Tournament
  • Take part in a sports day event with your friends
  • Host a board game or quiz night

Sign up here to get gaming – whether you’re a Call of Duty King, super Scrabbler or football fanatic, there’s something for everyone.

Any questions? Contact us at

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