“Angry Birds Match” app is not just the perfect game to play in class throughout college (no? just me?) Rovio Entertainment has now partnered with the Tyler Robinson Foundation for an in-game event that will benefit the Imagine Dragons’ pediatric cancer non-profit.
You can help by playing “Angry Birds Match” and selecting the prompt to the TRF campaign page.
we’re teaming w/ @AngryBirds to raise awareness about @TRFdotORG in a new event in Angry Birds Match – play it here: https://t.co/17MLTbPio0. donate at https://t.co/CPOMVDBuwN and help #SlayCancerWithDragons
— Imagine Dragons (@Imaginedragons) September 5, 2018
The Tyler Robinson Foundation is named after the young Imagine Dragons fan who died from a rare form of cancer at the age of 17.
Says Imagine Dragons in a press release, “These kids and their families should never have to suffer financial despair when they’re already battling cancer together, and it’s an honor to help them out any way we can. We jumped at the chance to join with Angry Birds to bring more awareness and support to TRF and these kids.”