February 4th, 2016
Donate: Canadian Cancer Society 


2016 hasn't started out the greatest in the world of iconic heroes, with so many passing away in January.

We celebrated the lives of two celebrities that made an impact on our childhoods with a short quest in one of our favourite games. As well, we put out a call to action to our Bush Whacker 2 players to help us make a donation to the fight against cancer. All the proceeds received by us at Codename from those who bought the Pink Cancer Ribbon ranch item were donated.

With your help, we raised over $1,000 USD to donate to the Canadian Cancer Society! Thank you to everyone who contributed!

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. They work with other partners nationally to achieve their goals. About half of cancers can be prevented, and screening for certain cancers can result in early detection, when the disease is most treatable.

For more information about the Canadian Cancer Society, you can visit their website.

February 4th is World Cancer Day. Find out how you can get involved in your location by visiting the World Cancer Day website.
March 10th, 2015
Boys and Girls Club Victoria 


The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Victoria has been making an impact in the lives of youth and young adults for the past 50 years by providing after-school programs, camps, and support.

In 2008, they helped to establish Pink Shirt Day (February 25th) in British Columbia to promote anti-bullying and it has turned into a national public service announcement.

This year the Boys and Girls Club helped put on Victoria's 4th Annual Youth United Anti-Bullying Film Festival. The films were shown on Pink Shirt Day and youths from their Central Saanich centre managed to win first place. The real power of the festival is seeing youths contribute to the anti-bullying movement and creating shorts for other youths to view.

To support these efforts, Codename Entertainment did a fundraiser on Pink Shirt Day. For each Pink Shirt Hat pack we sold in Egg Breaker Adventures, we donated our share of the proceeds to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Victoria to support their anti-bullying activities in our community.


Today, Kate Mansell from the Boys and Girls Club visited our offices to thank us for our endeavours and share more about their activities. Eric and Peter took a photo with her as well.

For more information on what the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Victoria does or to find out how you can help, visit their website.

Or to find another Boys and Girls Club in Canada click here.