AbleGamers Foundation announced it raised $100,000 in 2013, the largest sum in its history. According to the non-profit, donations came from various companies and through community based fundraising efforts. The charity said in 2014 it plans to seek out new industry partnerships, build a new facility for caretakers, and create new tech to help disabled gamers. You can learn more about AbleGamers, its efforts, and donate to a good cause through the official website. Thanks, GamePolitics.
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