A 2022 Assassin’s Creed community fundraiser is now live, with donations going to the British Heart Foundation and The American Heart Association
While the community isn’t always seen face-to-face, there have been times when it has been Assassin’s Creed The community has come together to do something incredible. Maybe as part of the Ubisoft community celebrating every game week after week AC15 The phenomenon may be how the community raised the idea of an Assassin’s Creed sisterhood (gods included), or maybe the community supported cause after cause, all of which is consistent with Assassin’s Creed.
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Last year many Assassin’s Creed Gamers, communities and affiliates came together to raise money for mental health awareness, dubbed the Killers in Need fundraiser. organized by Assassin’s Creed Proceeds from the community site The Ones Who Came Before went to the World Federation for Mental Health and are now hosting another fundraiser for Killers in Need.
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This year’s fundraiser is titled “Assassins in Need: Heart of the Creed” and will run from now until September 10, 2022. This year’s goal is to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and the American Heart Association, which both offer cardiovascular services. Medical research, education and more for institutions around the world. Various companies and communities are collaborating with this fundraiser, including The Ones Who Came Before, hoping to make it the largest with a goal of £1500 (or seriously $1806). Anyone interested in helping can visit the GoFundMe page here or check out the links in the tweets below.
It appears that the specific reason this was chosen is because many people in the community have lost family and friends with heart disease as well as respect. Assassin’s Creed Screenwriter Russell Lees. Lies was a 12-year Ubisoft veteran and died of a heart attack in January 2022. “Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time,” it said on GoFundMe.
While this is certainly not the focus, it should also be noted that a number of special milestone projects will emerge as the fundraiser gets closer to its goal. For example, last year’s Assassins in Need fundraiser had a milestone where Ezio actor Roger Craig Smith thanked fans for their support. It’s uncertain what those milestones will be for this year, but regardless, the goal itself is commendable.
Assassins in distress: Heart of Creed The fundraiser runs until September 10th.
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