Please vote for my AFK to receive a share of funds raised by GamesAid this year to change the lives of disabled children and young people.

Funding from GamesAid has provided some very special and life-changing items of mobility equipment over the past 10 years.

We'd like to say thank you on behalf of every child and young person you have helped – and ask for your support again.

Meet George

George is 7 and has spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). He cannot stand unsupported and relies on a powerchair for all his mobility as he doesn't have the upper body strength to propel a manual wheelchair.

George cannot walk and never will but he is a bright, sociable boy who always seems to have the biggest smile on his face. He enjoys freedom and playing with his twin brother and school friends and doesn't want to be left on the sidelines watching everyone else. His favourite games at the moment are Angry Birds, Star Wars DroidWorks and Cut The Rope and he wants to be a rock star when he grows up!

There are thousands of disabled children and young people like George who are in urgent need of specialist mobility equipment.

Your GamesAid votes will help us to make an enormous difference to George and other disabled children and young people around the UK!

Voting is open until 9th September!

If you are already a member of GamesAid, please vote for my AFK via the online polling system - your polling card will arrive by email.

If you are not a member yet, it's quick, simple and free to join: just click here.

Once your registration has been confirmed, you will be eligible to vote for us. Then please share the news with everyone you know in the games industry!


See AFK in this GamesAid video from 2016

More information:

How it works:

GamesAid is a UK based video games charity (registered UK charity 1081706) which acts as an umbrella to support a number of smaller charities who help disadvantaged and disabled children and young people.

Throughout the year, members of the games industry raise funds through events, donations and sales of games, memorabilia and bundles. They then propose and vote each year and the top charities get an equal share of monies raised.