SEGA Europe’s Hats For Haiti Raises £780

SEGA Europe’s Hats For Haiti Raises £780

While the Sonic Community begins its charity drive for Sports Relief, SEGA Europe has banded together to raise money for another cause – the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti’s capital, Port-Au-Prince. The company staged a Hats For Haiti fundraiser, which saw employees donate for the opportunity to wear silly hats.

The initiative raised £780 for the cause, which will help provide aid to those who need it most in Haiti. The image above is a group photo of the turnout, with even Sonic making an appearance (albeit in half-a-head form). According to ArchAngelUK, the canteen served “‘H’ related food” which included hot dogs and hamburgers.

If you wish to help contribute to the emergency appeal, you can donate via the Red Cross website.

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11 Comments

  1. It’s great to see eveybody trying to help. We talk about about the end of the world in movies and games, but sometimes these things that happen out there are even worse. Congrats to SEGA Europe!

  2. Good, this is an excellent cause! Even in these times of inflation it is good to see companys and people raising money! SEGA

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