Andromeda Galactic Solutions Plays Games to Benefit Children Extra Life Fundraiser to Raise Money for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis

Since 2019, the team at Andromeda Galactic Solutions have been raising funds for Riley Hospital for Children through Extra Life by hosting gaming activities. For their first year, the team raised $1,873 for which they streamed nearly 48 hours of games in a single weekend. For 2020 they raised $1,812 with a total of 12 game streams of at least 2 hours. This year the team is looking to recruit more players and to host at least one game stream each month. “We’re inviting our employees, friends, contractors, and business partners to join our team this year,” said Andromeda CEO Michael Dowden. “Together we can help even more kids.”

Extra Life unites thousands of gamers around the world to play games in support of their local Children's Miracle Network Hospital. Since its inception in 2008, Extra Life has raised over $70 million for sick and injured kids.

Your donation is tax-deductible and will make miracles happen for families who desperately need them. Donations can be made at: https://www.extra-life.org/team/55963

Now, more than ever, local Children's Miracle Network Hospitals need our help. These two software consulting companies are uniting with thousands of other gamers this year to offer hope to vulnerable kids. You can learn how local children's hospitals are being impacted by COVID-19 at http://kidscantwait.org.


About Andromeda Galactic Solutions Founded in 2015, Andromeda has a mission to facilitate connections between people in an ethical, accessible way, using technology when necessary. The company was created to address community issues through a unique combination of technology and services, believing that sustainable companies should generate net social gain with every product and service offered. Visit AndromedaGalactic.com for more information.

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