Gen Con 2011 – Gamers for Humanity

Ethan had the chance to talk to Gamers For Humanity, a charity organization at Gen Con 2011.  Gamers For Humanity does a lot of work with other charitable organizations and has several projects to help get board games and video games into homes after natural disasters.  They do great work and help support volunteer work around the globe.

This is another installment in a series of short interviews from the floor of Gen Con 2011.

About Gamers for Humanity

Gamers, you say?

Gamers. Players of games. Board games, card games, computer games, role-playing games, even fantasy football. If you have ever enjoyed a game of Trivial Pursuit, you are a gamer.?Life, anyone’s life, is made far more enjoyable with games. And people who are able to regularly play games are very lucky people indeed.

Gamers For Humanity is a way for us to help other people who aren’t so lucky. If you don’t have a home of your own, if you’re displaced from your city and job…well, games–fun and enjoyment–become a pretty low priority.