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Apr 17 2012
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Mature Gamers Playing for Charity

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GAMERS GIVE BACK

3rd ANNUAL 24 HOUR GAMING FOR CHARITY- May 19th, 2012


beautfulpeoplesclub.org (BPC) has announced this year’s live 24 hour gaming event to raise funds for StupidCancer.com The event is held each year to promote awareness and support for worthy charities run by people that are passionate to their cause and accept community support.

As a gaming community created to provide an enjoyable online space geared towards mature minded gamers, BPC is proud to support the “i’m too young for this!” cancer foundation or iy (stupidcancer.com).

Each year, 70,000 Americans between the age of 15-40 are diagnosed with cancer. Most regular users of video games fall between the ages of 18 - 34, so this cause hits very close to home. iy is a valuable online resource for those facing cancer as a young adult, offering social, support, financial aid and legal assistance, plus much more.

In past years BPC has been very successful in not only raising money, but also bringing large numbers of referrals to their supported charities.

Proud of their previous success, they plan on promoting this event to an even larger audience this year. Utilizing live feeds of game play and audio chat through twitch.tv, and promotion through social media outlets such as twitter, facebook and google+, this will be an all out effort by beautifulpeoplesclub.org community members and their supporters.

Beautiful Peoples Club is an organization of video gamers, young and old. They represent a large demographic and continually strive to enhance their online communities gaming experience. beautifulpeoplesclub.org is supported completely by donations.

Administrator and site owner Jason Fishman commented on the sites charity involvement “With a current active community of over 600 people we feel it is time that we started making a difference and show that gamers and their supporters are capable of contributing to the community in a positive way”.

If you are interested in becoming a supporter through helping promote the event, offering services or by monetary means please contact beautfifulpeoplesclub.org at either of the above email adresses.The hope is to make this year’s event a financial success for stupidcancer.com

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Treasure Hunter
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Apr 17, 2012

Thats pretty cool never knew there was such a thing

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Apr 18, 2012

Cool

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Apr 18, 2012

The affliction of cancer is horrible. I lost three Grandparent's and an Uncle to cancer.

Eradicating this disease would be a Godsend for everyone on the planet.

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May 6, 2012

Yes I will be there to help, K_K hope more will join us.

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May 7, 2012

PSCanuck wrote:

The affliction of cancer is horrible. I lost three Grandparent's and an Uncle to cancer.

Eradicating this disease would be a Godsend for everyone on the planet.

Amazingly they had found a cure for cancer, but pharmaceutical companies aren't willing to support the drug because they would loose billions.


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May 7, 2012

There are many "natural" treatments for cancer which are more effective. People who receive chemotherapy die quicker, and more painfully, than people who don't receive any treatment at all. But the entire medical industry isn't interested in keeping people healthy or in pursuing inexpensive and natural treatments. Instead they only care about dangerous drugs which they can patent and sell for obscene profits.

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