Belka Games Charity event in time for the International Children's Day

Our friends from Belka Games yet again launch an in-game charity event to support UNICEF programs!

27 May 2019
Belka Games charity event for International Children's Day
Belka Games

After an incredible success of last year ($ 85,308 fundraised!), we are organizing a new in-game event in time for the International Children's Day, June 1.

From May 27 to June 3, the gamers who play 'Clockmaker' will be offered a chance to purchase a special in-app. In the game, the players can win diamonds, and at the end choose to donate these, which were converted into money, to UNICEF.

Money are raised for the protection of vulnerable children in Belarus and the advancement of child rights, which is especially vital this year - the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The concept of this in-game charity event is based on the importance of a happy childhood. The player is going to help children to save their vacations from the manipulations of the Clockmaker. The game thus makes a point that the right to recreation is fundamental for children and cannot be alienated. Even by the Clockmaker. Even in the game.

UNICEF in Belarus team says a huge thanks to Belka Games for developing a culture of corporate social responsibility, your great enthusiasm and active participation for the benefit of the children. This is amazing!

And, of course, we invite everyone to take part in the charity event #foreverychild!

Media contacts

Alena Kalionava
Digital Media Consultant
UNICEF in Belarus
Tel: +37529 397-39-51

UNICEF protects the rights of children and adolescents around the world and helps them fulfill their potential. Together with partners, UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories. For more than 70 years, it has been providing support to governments in the protection of children, development of their abilities, education, gender equality, and health. UNICEF pays special attention to vulnerable children, including children with disabilities.

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