Azeroth United would like to announce today that SwagDog, creators of the popular officially licensed custom apparel for World of Warcraft guilds, has made a donation in gift cards and also has pledged to give six weekly 25% of Discount codes for everyone that makes a donation to the Azeroth United’s Hearts, Hands and Voices for Child’s Play charity event.
This generous donation from SwagDog will help Azeroth United successfully reach their goal of $5,000 for Child’s Play.
SwagDog.com is a division of Thunder Creek LLC, one of America’s leading manufacturers of apparel. SwagDog has developed proprietary software for maximizing the Direct On Garment production of apparel. For more information or to create custom guild apparel visit: http://www.SwagDog.com.
SwagDog.com is proud to be an officially licensed partner of the following brands:
- Blizzard Entertainment
- Gearbox Software
- MGM Entertainment
- Mitch Hedberg
- Top Cow Comics
- Weekly World News
- World Combat League
About Azeroth United
Azeroth United is a community of Internet Media Sites and Sources built and maintained by World of Warcraft Fans and Players around the world. United, their voices are being joined to support common interests and reach goals that would be unattainable alone. Their inaugural event, the First Annual – Hearts, Hands, and Voices Drive for Child’s Play Charity, began on November 1st.
About Child’s Play
Since 2003, Child’s Play was set up and organized, a game industry charity dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in our network of over 60 hospitals worldwide. In five short years, you as a community have answered the call and come together to raise millions of dollars.
That was awesome. You guys have proven over and over again that you are an overwhelming force, and you really came through and made a real difference to the millions of kids that children’s hospitals care for each year. So we’re doing it again this year, only this time we’ve expanded Child’s Play to more hospitals around US and the globe so you can send toys to a hospital a little closer to home.