Our Fluffies found a real nature haven right in the middle of our bustling city. Last year we decided to give GameDuell’s 4th quarter charity donation to the Adventure Playground Kolle 37 located in Berlin’s district Prenzlauer Berg. The initiative offers an open recreational space for children from 6 to 16 years where they can have a great time together and learn a lot in various courses and activities offered, ranging from climbing to safe bonfire practices.
We love sharing our passion for technology. That’s why our quarterly donation went to the Seniors Computer Club Berlin (SCC Berlin) in December, 2015. Our proceeds helped fund two Roberta robotic training modules developed by Fraunhofer Institute and Lego. The SCC will do inter-generational trainings with the devices at schools. Earlier this month SCC Berlin came in to the office to show us how we could program our own robotic cars with it.
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We at GameDuell want to bring people together to have a good time. Therefore we regularly support various initiatives and organizations with a similar purpose.
At GameDuell we want to entertain players of all ages and give them a good time. With this in mind, we actively support initiatives which promote computer literacy and technology skills.
GameDuell chooses one project each quarter for a donation to a charity project. This time, we decided to support ‘Die Gelbe Villa’ in Berlin, a creative and educational center for children and youths.
Computer skills are becoming increasingly important nowadays. They can not only open new doors into the job market, but also help with better exploiting one’s personal potential. This is why we gladly contributed to Non-Profit Organization AMANDLA’s computer training project in Cape Town with a monetary donation. The training provided 15 young adults aged between 18 to 25 with a certified education in computer usage.
Last December, we gave our yearly Christmas donation to Spielwagen e.V. – an organization that puts all its effort into creating individual playground activities across the areas of Friedrichschain-Kreuzberg in Berlin.