Square Enix Will Match Donations To The Gary Sinise Foundation

Square Enix Will Match Donations To The Gary Sinise Foundation

Supporting our first responders and veterans.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jun 25, 2019 @ 10:45 AM (Staff Bios)
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In an act of benevolence, Japanese game publisher Square Enix is partnering with the Gary Sinise Foundation to donate toward real-life first responders.

Presented as a partnership with the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, Square Enix chose this foundation to "support these real-life warriors in the darkness."



Starting today, June 25, and lasting until August 14, anyone can visit the Warriors of the Darkness website and donate to the organization. Square Enix will then match that donation, one for one, until they reach a limit of $50,000.

The donated funds will be used to support local programs and help benefit first responders, veterans, and their families.

"Square Enix and FINAL FANTASY XIV: Shadowbringers have partnered with the Gary Sinise Foundation to support these real-life warriors in the darkness. Your donation goes directly toward programs that show appreciation for Americas heroes through family support and acts of gratitudeand Square Enix will match that donation, dollar for dollar, up to $50,000."


While this is a clear promotion of their upcoming game content, this is a fantastically wholesome way of doing it. Between this and the Summer Games Done Quick event, gaming is bringing in a lot of money to help the people in need.

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