SAN MARINO, Cali. (January 8, 2014): For kids facing life-alerting situations such as illness, abuse, neglect, or homelessness, the chance to act like a kid and play a board game is a special treat. Thanks to Try Try A Game, who donated over 280 sets of its newest board game Flick Your Chip to Kids Wish Network, these kids can now enjoy a simple act of childhood. By Partnering with Kids Wish Network, Try Try A Game joined the ranks to become a Guardian Angel donor for the organization’s Holiday in Hope Gift Bank program and On Tour Events. Both programs brighten the lives of deserving children by providing them with toys, books, clothes, educational products, games and other necessities.
Try Try A Game and Flick Your Chip comes from the ingenious mind of Jon Vandergriff, a former TV sitcom writer turned dedicated board game creator. Vandergriff, who wrote for Home Improvement and Sabrina the Teenage Witch, debuted Flick Your Chip in October 2012 after licensing his first game with a national seller. The company is excited to partner with Kids Wish Network and is happy to donate fun to kids nationwide.
Kids Wish Network sends out a gracious thank-you to Try Try A Game for its generous donation and dedication to improving the lives of kids in need. We look forward to a long partnership in providing for kids across America.
More information about Try Try A Game can be found at www.trytryagame.com.
If your company manufactures or distributes toys, gifts, educational products, clothes, games, accessories, electronics, or other items geared towards children and teenagers and you’d like to becomes part of the magic that is Kids Wish Network, please contact Kids Wish Network’s Distribution Center at 727-937-3600. Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Kids Wish Network is an international charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children having experience life-alerting situations. Kids Wish Network assists children and their families through several key programs.