Donate online this weekend to Relay For Life and you can win one of dozens of shirts contributed by BrokenTier and Major organizers!

Season’s Beatings director Chris Hatala, (“Ghaleon”), has teamed up with other fighting-game organizers to fight cancer – and by donating, YOU can win a Brokentier, Season’s Beatings, CEO 2011, or Final Round shirt! Ghaleon is Event Chair of his local Relay For Life in Hudson, OH; Relay is the American Cancer Society’s annual fundraiser, run in 3800 communities each year across the world.

“The experience of running Season’s Beatings has helped me realize how much I’d like to run events as a career, and fighting cancer through Relay is one of the best causes out there,” Hatala said. ”Cancer has touched my family and so many others’. I’m so happy I was able to reach out to the fighting-game community and see what we can accomplish outside of gaming.”

“I’ve lost an aunt to cancer, and I was already very familiar with Relay For Life,” CEO director Jebailey said. “I was more than happy to organize this donation drive with Chris during CEO.”

After the weekend, Ghaleon will be raffling off dozens of shirts to SRK posters who donate. Generously contributing were BrokenTier and Larry (“Shinblanka”) of Final Round, along with CEO and Season’s Beatings tees. (Winners will get prizes shipped). His Relay’s has nearly raised $150,000, and you can be a key part of the total.

Please go to www.relayforlife.org/hudson , donate to “Team AHVB”, and write your mailing and email addresses in the comments. OR Paypal hatalawriting@gmail.com (please send as a gift). All donations are tax deductable; if you donate
through the Relay website you get an itemized receipt.

The American Cancer Society is the largest nongovernmental cancer-research organization in the world. Please take this opportunity to help the FGC KO cancer!

9 Comments

  • D-Proto
    June 18, 2011
    #1

    good shit

  • Kankuri
    June 18, 2011
    #2

    Events like this really bring light to the fighting game community. I’m very happy to see such generosity in such unsure times.

  • To Salty
    June 18, 2011
    #3

    This is really cool hopefuly someone can host a donation tourny.

  • KarateLincoln
    June 18, 2011
    #4

    CANCER WINS
    FATALITY

  • shinblanka
    June 19, 2011
    #6

    I’m glad to help out with the cause!

  • liquid2000
    June 19, 2011
    #7

    I lost my mom to cancer June 2nd. I donated. Every little bit helps. =)

  • PKSkyler
    June 19, 2011
    #8

    Sent some cash~ Everybody pitch in!

  • ailerus
    June 20, 2011
    #9

    karatelincoln you are literally the worst person

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