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Abby Ravera

Hi Brian, great idea. Well done!

Consider adding and the UN World Food Programme to your launch charitable partners.

The idea has really been pioneered by the WFP, and Freerice is possibly on of the most successful of such games.

Again, thrilled to see your idea.

Abby, Online Outreach - UN World Food Programme

Brian Reich

Thanks for your comment, Abby. FreeRice is a terrific, and pioneering game -- we are all big fans (and regular players). I will follow up with you offline.

Jane Adams

I would be a fan if I was able to see it... no access for charities (or anyone) from outside the US. Disappointed...

Adam Archer

Hi Jane! Adam here, CEO of GamesThatGive. We intentionally don't allow access from outside the U.S. during our Beta phase because of the costs of the legal and accounting complexities that it would create at this early stage. We have every intention of opening up and our Facebook application ( to our fans outside the U.S. in the near future!

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