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Looking for Volunteer Gamers for Children's Nonprofit

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Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation

  • 1 person is interested

Hello Gaming Community!

We have a nonprofit charity here in Las Vegas and we are launching a dedicated fundraising sector that comes from having a gaming channel. We will be doing various things on this NEW gaming channel, everything from posting on Youtube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, to Twitch, Patreon and Live Streaming.

We are currently looking for gaming volunteers who may or may not, have a background in

(well obviously gaming but more than just this):
-Graphic Design
-Artistic Abilities
-Gaming Knowledge
and MORE

You must BE:
Family Oriented
Team Player
This is for FUN and CHAIRTY - We are all winners here and we are helping child cancer patients; ages 0-18
Gamers 18 and up

We do NOT want:
Arrogant individuals
Solo players who are only self-serving
Puts others down

If you are interested you are committed and fully dedicated.
We are looking for no more than 5 gamers at this point in time. We will expand in the near future so please if you are interested apply!

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About Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation


8456 Bandits Bluff Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89143, US

Mission Statement

Our goal is to create personal relationships with patients and their families while establishing financial, emotional, nutritional, advocacy and awareness support, in the fight to end all blood cancers.


This journey of ours started in 2017 when the Founder of the Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation, Hanna Olivas, was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Like many other cancer patients she was torn apart but in the deepest of Hanna’s depression grew a strength unlike any other. She began seeking out other opinions from doctors in Las Vegas but many had little to no experience with this rare cancer. She was forced to seek help from doctors at UCLA, Mayo Clinic in Arizona and then to the City of Hope in California.

After the frustration of having to be outsourced out of state, she realized what she had to do to make a change for other Nevadans. Throughout the years Hanna has searched for support groups, awareness of blood cancers, doctors who specialize in Multiple Myeloma but the more she searched the less she found. It was time for the Brave & Beautiful Blood Cancer Foundation to emerge.

We are looking to help 200 families for the first year in co-pay assistance, counseling & emotional support, and patient advocacy. We currently have 10 programs that we are working to fully fund and develop, all of which help blood cancer patients in the way they truly need it: Research, Patient Advocacy, Family Retreats, Transportation, Nutrition, Counseling & Emotional Support, Advocacy & Awareness, Co-Pay Assistance, Financial Assistance, and Childhood Initiative Act.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Visual Arts
  • Online Flash/Video Production
  • Strategic Planning
  • Professional Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Video Production




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 8 hours a week
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