Top Secret Colonials to host Gaming For Ukraine
Proceeds benefit World Central Kitchen
Robert Morris University student cybersecurity club the Top Secret Colonials will hold a 24-hour gaming marathon this Saturday and Sunday, March 26th-27th on campus, with proceeds benefiting a charity that is providing meals for refugees of the war in Ukraine. The in-person campus event is open to everyone, and will feature a variety of games, tournaments, and chances to meet others with similar interests. The Gaming Marathon will benefit the nonprofit World Central Kitchen (WCK), which was founded by Chef Jose Andres. World Central Kitchen is on the ground in Ukraine and neighboring countries, providing warm meals for Ukrainian refugees. This is an opportunity to raise funds to help people who are suffering from Russia's war on Ukraine. The Top Secret Colonials has partnered with the Center for Innovation and Outreach. We have set up a GoFundMe so that you can easily donate to the cause. Please consider sending this GoFundMe to friends and family, as well as sharing it on social media throughout the week and marathon.