Let it snow: Year-end donation campaign

You've been many joining our groupe-wide initiative to improve access to education for children. After a bit more than a month online, our mini-game as been played thousands of times, generating scores that we now convert into a donation for Unicef.

Thank you to all those who spent a little time to create a big impact.

Results

34

Days

3255

Game completions

2760

Top 100 avg. score (pts)

480

Gamers per day (peak 12.09.21)

2936

Best score

59.92%

Played more than once

 

Your contribution helped us collect

 8984

Swiss Francs

Game completions x  Top 100 avg. points  // 1000pts = 1 CHF  //  3255 x 2.76 = Result

 

Where does the money exactly go?

As announced, the money will be donated to Unicef. We selected their Education programme to help on specific key areas:

Access

Gender-equitable access to quality education from early childhood to adolescence, including for children with disabilities, marginalized children and those living in humanitarian and emergency settings.

Learning and skills

Quality learning outcomes and skills development that come from strong education systems and innovative solutions.

Emergencies and fragile contexts

Improved learning and protection for children in emergencies and on the move.

Thank you for helping us making the future better.

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