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Where my Game lovers at??? It is game on!! Play To Feed game challenge is a fun charity video game challenge organized by FEED TO GROW organization to help raise funds for malnourished children in Nigeria. It is this weekend at Silverbird Galleria, Let's play people.

It is global malnutrition month this November and Feed To grow a non profit organization centered on child advocacy by helping to curb maternal malnutrition through its charitable works and Campaigns,  has been running a 2 weeks long Campaign #SKIP1FEED1 where one is required to skip one activity or guilty pleasure and invest the money from it to help raise funds for malnourished children in Nigeria.

To mark the end of  the 2 weeks long event is a #PLAYTOFEED event, Where game Lovers will play and compete to raise funds.
Who says we can't have fun whilst kicking child malnutrition to the curb?! Join us this Sunday, 18th November 2018, as we "PLaY2Feed".

There are fun games for everyone! Like Dance Central, Frozen, FIFA 19, Call of Duty, Mortal Kombat XL, Injustice 2 and Lots more.
Brought to you by Feed To Grow and NaijaGameevo. ENTRY IS FREE!
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For Donations, You can make online payments to or a direct payment to : Feed To Grow Initiative
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