Games Mojo Better World Mission
Like any other planet Earth resident, our team members desire to make the world a better place. You can’t save the world on your own (unless you’re the Iron Man), but together we can complete the Better World Mission. Every step and help counts, so we, the Games Mojo team, are thrilled to present you a short list of our Social Initiatives.
The list includes:
- Support for young aspiring authors;
- Donations for pet adoption programs and charity funds.
We support young aspiring authors
Donations for pet adoption programs and charity funds
Unfortunately, modern society is lacking goodness and generosity when it comes to pets. We demand more humane treatment for stray animals and that’s why we want to bring in our small part to make the world kinder and help those who can’t help themselves. Every month we donate 3% of our income for various local pet shelters and different pet charity funds. Along with financial support, we also send aid packs with pet food, toys, and other necessary stuff periodically.
Our designer Chloe has a friend who volunteers for various pet shelters and adoption centres, and we discussed with her the ways to help these special pets. Some of our team members are also curators for particular shelter pets. They regularly visit these animals, pay for their maintenance and treatment. These pets need a little more attention than others because of their diseases. You may think that it would be better to adopt these pets, but the level of responsibility and care they require is something we, unfortunately, can’t afford.
Meet Zlata. Jacky is almost blind. One of her eyes is injured, the second one has a cataract. She also has hearing problems. Zlata is calm and friendly, we fell in love with her the first minute we met her.
This is Cody. He was found in the streets on a cold winter day. Cody is special. He has an anomaly of the reproductive organ. According to the surgeon, Cody needs an operation. His curator is already concerned about this and makes everything to make the operation happen as soon as possible. After the surgery, the dog will be neutered and able to live an absolutely normal life.
Garfield was found exhausted on the road of the city outskirt. According to blood test results, Garfield has leukemia. We hope that he will find a home despite his diagnosis. Garfield is a very kind and affectionate cat, he loves to play and sleeps a lot.