Microgaming to Sponsor Isle of Man Children’s Hospice

Publish: 22.04.2017

World’s leading online casino software developer Microgaming is known to provide continued support to the local community on the Isle of Man.

Play It Forward

Through its Play It Forward initiative, Microgaming has already set the high standards in charitable work by offering support to social pillars of health, charity, sport and education ever since the initiation of the initiative back in 2014.

Microgaming has thus far sponsored up-and-coming sports stars, provided help for gifted students to go to university and took part in raising money for dozens of different charities.

The company’s involvement in an event intended to support the local children’s hospice Rebecca House is just the latest confirmation of the company’s efforts to take active part in the community service.

“We are very grateful to have Microgaming on board to support this event as it maximizes the funds raised, ensuring as much money as possible can go to support our patients and their families.”, Events manager for Hospice, Sharon Connor, said.

Rebecca House Hospice

Rebecca House is the children’s hospice which is marking ten years of palliative care on the Isle of Man at their wing of Hospice Isle of Man. Rebecca House is currently taking care of 32 families which will get engaged in the first-ever bubble rush that is to be help on 1 July.

Microgaming confirmed its involvement in this exciting event which will involve either a 1.5km or 3km race through a shower of brightly colored bubbles. The race will be held at Mooragh park in Ramsey, beside the Rugby club, so in case any of you are there for the occasion do join in.

“Bubble Rush is a fantastic fun run event that everyone can get involved in, irrespective of age and sporting ability. And with Play It Forward being a community-driven initiative, this is the perfect event for us to be supporting. Here at MGS House we can’t wait to get involved!”, Claire Coleman, Head of Microgaming Play It Forward commented.

Tickets for this event will be on sale from 1 May and will stand at £20 for adults, £10 for children under 16, and £50 for a family ticket which includes 2 adults and 2 children.