The Virtual Guardians raise funds for a meeting space dedicated to young people

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The Virtual Guardians raise funds for a meeting space dedicated to young people

The Virtual Guardians Foundation wants to launch a new virtual meeting space dedicated to young people.

The Virtual Guardians Foundation (FGR) plans to launch this fall Quartier.Québec, a virtual meeting space dedicated to young people aged 14 to 25. To do this, she is launching a crowdfunding campaign with the goal of raising $60,000.

The platform, called Quartier.Québec, will offer a variety of lively virtual places where all forms of exchange will be highly favored, according to a press release from the FGR. It will be accessible by computer, tablet and cell phone.

By appealing to public donations on the La Ruche platform, the FGR hopes to finance the first year of operation of its new meeting space. If the goal of $60,000 is reached, the project will receive government assistance of the same amount, for a total of $120,000.

This fundraising campaign is very important. It will allow us to put in place all the foundations necessary to start the platform, said Louis-Félix Cauchon, initiator of Quartier.Québec and vice-president of the FGR, in a press release.

“Quartier.Québec will soon be a major anchor point for a very large number of young people in Quebec and it is thanks to these donations that this will be possible. »

— Louis-Félix Cauchon, initiator of Quartier.Québec and vice-president of the FGR

The project benefits from the support of Stéphanie Harvey, winner of Big Brother Celebrities and a key figure in the world of video games.

Since 2018, the FGR has given itself the mission of being a beacon on the Internet to people in distress, and promotes the responsible use of digital technology. She works in the video game communities on Discord, Twitch, YouTube and Facebook.

The Virtual Guardians, the foundation that watches over video game enthusiasts in distress

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