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Gaming4Guts Gameathon 11/30-12/3 DE sponsored prizes


Wynn
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Guys I am the creator of a Gameaton fundraiser for Crohn's & Colitis Foundation call Gaming4Guts. So we need streamers and mods for it and people spreading the word. I'm going to be streaming that saturday(12/1) for 24 hours from 12pm to 12pm. Reason I come up with the event is I have severe Crohn's and had lost count of the amount of Ops I've had from it and my mom passway from Crohn's a few years ago so this fundraiser is my baby. Below is how you can win the Plat or if you want to Sign up.

More about Crohn’s Disease

According to the Crohn’s Colitis Foundation, approximately 1.6 million Americans suffer from this disease, including about 80,000 children. Extreme abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss, anemia, and fatigue are symptoms. Some people may be symptom free most of their lives, while others have severe chronic symptoms that last a lifetime. Crohn's disease cannot be cured. Medications such as steroids and immunosuppressants are used to slow the progression of disease. If these aren't effective, a patient may require surgery. Patients with Crohn's disease often need to have regular screenings for colorectal cancer due to increased risk.
 
DE has given us Fortuna Mega Bundle, Chroma Prime Access, and a 1000 Plat prize,  I am planning to be streaming Warframe between 6pm and 10pm central time zone, 12/1 Saturday and that when I'll be raffling off the prizes during the Warframe part of the stream. Oh maybe we can end the Warframe part of the stream with floofs! I'll streaming the event at my page. https://www.twitch.tv/crohnsgamer

The page to sign up as a streamer or team of streamers
https://fundraise.ccfa.org/campaign/gaming4guts-2018/c203070

We also have it as a facebook event
https://www.facebook.com/Gaming4guts

Love you all and thank you for your time

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Having Ulcerative Colitis myself, best of luck with keeping in remission heading forward; it's never a pleasant experience, nor something you ever truly get used to...at best, just know how to process it when it happens. As invisible illnesses, it's also easy for people to dismiss how serious it can be, or how important access to a working lavatory can be for peace of mind whether travelling or simply part of the day to day.

Here's hoping that the stream goes well, both as general fun, and a chance to increase awareness to those participating.

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