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Donate to Wii Drive 2006 to help hospitalized children

Nikki Inderlied
December 11, 2006
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The holidays are a time for giving and generosity. While people shouldn't need an excuse to help those in need, drives like this get the best results from the holiday spirit.

Super Mario Legacy is collecting donations to help sick kids get game consoles to occupy the long amounts of time they will spend in the hospital. Each child will receive:

  • One Wii unit
  • A copy of Twilight Princess (nothing helps better than slashing baddies)
  • 2000 Wii Points

If they get more money than expected, the site will also provide the children a DS Lite and a copy of Yoshi's Island DS. You can donate today through PayPal and the amounts aren't fixed so you are welcome to donate whatever amount you want.

Even if you can't donate, help spread the word to get more people involved. The more money they raise, the more kids they can make smile! Happy Holidays!

[Thanks lwelyk!]

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