Project GO Kart: Cleveland Clinic Kart #2
$1,561 raised
41% of $3.8k goal
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4 Years running
In partnership with Gamers Outreach Foundation, Call of Duty personality and Machinima's eSports lead, Ryan "Fwiz" Wyatt is raising money to build a portable video game kiosk for the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital in his home state of Ohio.

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Going for GO Kart # 2 and in partnership with Gamers Outreach Foundation, Call of Duty personality and Machinima's eSports lead, Ryan "Fwiz" Wyatt is raising money to build a portable video game kiosk for the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital in his home state of Ohio.

His goal is to give back to the Pediatrics GI facility where he was diagnosed and treated for Crohn's disease as a child.

Crohn's disease may affect as many as 700,000 Americans. While the disease can occur at any age, it's most prevalent among adolescents and young adults between the ages of 15 and 35.

The cart Fwiz is raising money to construct is called a GO Kart (Gamers Outreach cart)! It's a portable video game kiosk which contains an Xbox 360 and gaming monitor. The carts provide children with easy access to entertainment and video games within medical environments. On average, a single cart can serve up to 1,100 children per year.

Please support this project by making a donation! During his treatments at this same facility as a teenager, Ryan would pass the time playing games on a Super Nintendo system. Fast forward a few years later, and we have an opportunity to give children a source of joy who are going through many of the same procedures Ryan himself faced when he was first diagnosed.

Should donations exceed $3,800, remaining funds will be donated to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America.
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