Donate to ExtraLife, Please!

As you may already know, I love video games.

What you might not know is that I am even more passionate about helping my local Children’s Miracle Network hospital to heal sick kids.

On October 16th, 2010 I’m bringing these two unlikely interests together as I attempt to play video games for 24 hours straight (it’s harder than it sounds).
It’s the 3rd annual Extra Life video game marathon, and I would really appreciate your sponsorship.

Would you be willing to donate $1.00 for each hour I play ($24.00 total) to help me raise money for Children’s Memorial Hospital?

Please visit my personal Extra Life page and make a gift today. All donations made are collected securely and fund medical care, research and education that saves and improves the lives of the 17 million children treated at local Children’s Miracle Network hospitals each year.

This year I will be giving away two tickets to a Chicago Blackhawks game on Dec 15 to the highest donor (or an alternate date, to be determined, if that date does not work for the winner).  So think of it as a tax deductible blind auction.  This is my third year of participation and not only have I worked to raise money, I have worked to getting the word out about Extra Life and what it does.  My buddy Max and I spent a weekend at a Comic book show handing out flyers and explaining the event to anyone willing to listen.  We believe that all kids should be given a chance and the Children’s Miracle network works to provide this opportunity.  This year I have a goal of $1500, please try and help me reach this.  I know this sounds like a lot of fun, however doing anything for 24 hours can be tough.  Luckily I have a support group of others like me to help me get through all 24 hours.  The best part about ExtraLife is how rewarding it is.  Over the last 2 years, this community has worked to raise over $300,000 dollars to help sick kids, we hope to make this year the biggest yet.

I can’t do this without you. If you can, please take just a moment to make a gift in any amount that you feel comfortable with.
Thank you!

Thank you!

Thank you!


Brad Priller

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