Naomi House & Jacksplace’s gaming event, Game On!

Big brother games for his life limited little brother in charity gaming event, Game On!

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13 year old Adam Tupper
, from Southampton, recently took part in Naomi House & Jacksplace’s gaming event, Game On! and raised money by donating his pocket money for every 30 minutes he gamed for. However, Adam had more than one reason to take part in the charity’s very first gaming event; one of those being his little brother, Lewis.

Lewis has visited Naomi House for many years. The entire Tupper family occasionally come and stay for respite with Lewis, where they all have access to the charity’s dedicated Family Support team. The family have always supported the charity to raise vital funds and awareness of both the hospices, and Lewis’s complex condition.

Like most 13 year old boys, Adam also loves to game, so when Game On! launched, he jumped at thought of raising even more money for a charity so close to his heart.

Adam and Lewis’s mum, Trish Tupper, said:

Adam has had amazing support from everyone at Naomi House & Jacksplace for nearly nine years. He feels safe with all members of staff at the hospices and has made lots of new friends at the sibling support groups. He knows that when Lewis comes to stay, he is very safe too. He is proud to do anything for Naomi House and he really enjoyed Game On!

Game On! raised nearly £1,200, of which £150 was raised by Adam.

Connor Phillips, Fundraiser at Naomi House & Jacksplace, said:

A huge thank you to everyone for taking part in our first virtual, gaming event. It was great to hear feedback from our supporters on how easy it was to get involved, as they could stay at home and enjoy time with family and friends whilst supporting a worthy cause. Not everyone can run a marathon or climb a mountain, so this event was for absolutely everyone and we’re so happy to hear it was well received. Watch this space for more virtual events coming soon!

Alongside Adam, the charity had a number of other dedicated gamers take part. One pair of brothers from Salisbury went one step further and gamed for 24 hours straight.

Thanks to the success of the charity’s first virtual event, Naomi House & Jacksplace is hoping to offer even more virtual events next year to encourage people to get involved and show their support in a different way.

The charity has a hugely varied calendar of events for people to get involved in throughout 2019. Click here to find out more.

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