Ubisoft Australia gets into Sharity

Leigh Harris
Ubisoft Australia gets into Sharity

The first annual 'Sharity Day' took palce yesterday, with Ubisoft offices around the world finding ways to give back to their local communities.

The Australian office threw a Christmas Party for kids at the Starlight Room of the Sydney Children's Hospital in Randwick, bringing gifts and running activities.

There were fun activities for the kids including games like pass-the-parcel and colouring-in competitions, special guests Santa Claus and a Raving Rabbid, plus a generous amount of time spent playing Ubisoft's Christmas releases including Just Dance 3, Rayman: Origins and The Smurfs Dance Party.

Presents were of course given out to all the kids, and Ubisoft has set a great precedent for home-grown charity initiatives. It will of course be great to see what the team come up with next year to support the local community.

 

 

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Tags: Ubisoft , charity , Publishers , Sharity Day , Starlight Foundation , Westmead Children's Hospital

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