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TODAY – Funkhouser’s Extra Life Game Day To Raise Money for Kentucky Children’s Hospital


In 2015, we at Funkhouser ran our first Extra Life Tabletop Gaming Marathon in support of Kentucky Children’s Hospital, playing tabletop games for over 12 hours.  During that fundraiser, we raised $2000 for Kentucky Children’s Hospital.  This year, we’re back at it again!

We’ve raised our goal from last year’s mark of $2000 to $3,000, and we know we can do it with your help.  Entering today, we’ve already raised $825.


Our game day will take place on Sunday, November 13th from 11am-10pm.  I along with Nick Roush and Funkhouser’s Matthew Mahone will be in attendance over the course of the day.

Sunday, November 13
Legendary Games – 11am-10pm (Link)
320 N. Ashland Avenue, Lexington, KY

On Sunday, the Cats are playing in Rupp at 6PM, so why not hang out with us on the day of, before heading downtown to watch the Cats take on Canisius?  Come have a good time while we raise money for the kids!

Extra Life started in 2008 as a way to honor a young lady named Victoria Enmon, who was battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia.  A gaming community was inspired by her story, and after she passed, created a 24-hour gaming marathon to raise money for Enmon’s hospital who helped her fight. Seven years later, Extra Life raised 8.3 Million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in 2015 alone, and this year we’re going to do our part to help again.

If you would like to help us in our efforts to raise money for Kentucky Children’s Hospital through this fun event, there are a few ways you can do so:

  • Click Here to go to our donation page and make a donation to the Funkhouser KSR Team and Kentucky Children’s Hospital.  Any donation would be greatly appreciated.
  • Make a donation (not mandatory) at the Extra Life Event on  November 13 at Legendary Games Lexington and come play with us.  You can stay the full 12 hours if you want, or you can drop-in and drop-out over the course of the day if you would like.

Article written by Richmond Bramblet