Videogame personality Dan Maher and Minecrafter Chris Doney are on an adventure to build a virtual clinic so that Save the Children can build a real one – and save children’s lives.
Harnessing the power of the gaming community and combining it with a good cause is a great combination. It’s a simple concept for the millions of Minecrafters to understand and get involved with.
Life in Minecraft is tough, but it doesn’t compare to the struggles that mothers and babies in Liberia face when they’re deprived of basic healthcare in a hostile environment. With Clinic Craft, the aim to inspire people to do what they love most to aid those most in need.
It’s a perfect time to get kids and adults alike playing Minecraft in a purposeful way over the summer holidays. Let’s show everyone just how inventive and generous Minecrafters really are. Here’s a little snapshot to give you a bit more of an insight:
Visit Clinic Craft* and get crafting!
You can also follow Clinic Craft on Twitter https://twitter.com/ClinicCraft
*Clinic Craft is a collaborative project brought to you by creative Will Aslett, Dan Maher and the guys at Explosive Alan Productions, YouTuber Chris Doney with support from Save the Children UK and The Good Agency.