Support Outright Games’ first charity game bundle with Hasbro – Join Peppa Pig, PJ Masks, and TRANSFORMERS
It’s been a week since we released the Hasbro Kids Bundle, and it’s been great so far – we appreciate the support. If you want to play a part in helping us support UNICEF, there’s still a chance to.
Featuring great titles from Hasbro, you can start a fun-filled adventure that your little ones will love in My Friend Peppa Pig, go into the night to save the day in PJ Masks: Heroes of the Night, or assemble your squad in TRANSFORMERS BATTLEGROUNDS.
The bundle is available until 12 May, retailing at £19.99/$19.99/€19.99, with 100 per cent of the profits going directly to UNICEF. It is available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo. *UNICEF does not endorse any brand, product, company, or service.
Outright Games for UNICEF
Outright Games is UNICEF UK’s first official video game partner in a long-term initiative to support UNICEFs efforts to rapidly respond to the greatest needs of children globally.
About UNICEF Resources for Results fund
UNICEF relies on voluntary contributions to uphold its mission of reaching every child. The Core Resources for Results fund raises money that can be used flexibly for children wherever and whenever the need is greatest. The money raised through the fund goes towards long-term projects that enable the child rights agency to meet children’s needs and also allow them to respond quickly to emergencies.
Projects supported by the fund
Read some of the human-interest stories below to see where funds have been helpful:
- Aid mental health in Lebanon.
- Tackle the learning crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
- Offer medical relief in Afghanistan.
Thank you to Hasbro for working with us on this bundle and supporting this humanitarian cause.
Look out for more high-profile video game charity bundles planned for 2023 featuring some of the best titles from Outright Games industry-leading licensing partners.
We hope you will take part and support our efforts alongside UNICEF to raise awareness of the world’s most vulnerable children. Continue the discussion on our socials using #OGandUNICEF and stay up to date with our charity bundles here.