CMN Extra Life

Monopoly, Scrabble, Uno, Magic: The Gathering, Halo, Final Fantasy, Super Smash Bros., Pokemon… what do all these games have in common? They are a listing of just a few of the thousands of games you can play while participating in Extra Life, Children’s Miracle Network’s charity gaming marathon.

Join in the Charity Gaming Marathon

Extra Life began in 2008 to honor Victoria Enmon, a young girl battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Her story inspired the local gamers who started sending video games and gifts to keep Tori’s spirits during her numerous hospital stays. Tragically, Tori lost her battle with cancer in January 2008, but her legacy lives on through the Extra Life campaign. To date, Extra Life has raised more than $14 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

This year, when you sign up to play games for 24 hours, you’ll raising money that support LOCAL kids and their families. Kids right in your own backyard. All the money you raise for Extra Life 2015 will go directly to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital of your choice. Our local hospital is PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.

Register and create a fundraising pageWant to have more fun than you can handle while helping some of the bravest (and smallest) warriors in your community?

  • Register and create your personal fundraising page. You can register FOR FREE as an individual, create a team and invite your friends and family, or join an existing team.
  • Ask four friends or family members to sponsor you at $1 per hour ($24 each).
  • Play all types of games (computer, board, card, video, etc.) for 24 hours.  Sacred Heart’s game play is Saturday, November 7, beginning at 8 a.m. If you have scheduling conflicts, you and your team can participate when it’s most convenient for you.

You can also make a donation of any amount towards a current Extra Life participant or team’s fundraising goal. Just search for them on the Extra Life page. All donations are collected securely by Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

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