Pet Society’s “Help for Haiti” Plushie Continues Disaster Relief Plan

Tue, Feb 9, 2010

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While most of the major gaming apps on Facebook have moved into the realm of Valentine’s Day celebrations, Pet Society is continuing in their relief efforts for the earthquake victims in Haiti by offering a “Help for Haiti” in-game plushie.

The plushie comes in the form of a brown bear with dreadlocks and a bandage, and costs 10 Playfish Cash (around $2). As expected, all of the proceeds from the sale of the Help for Haiti plushie go directly to Mercy Corps and disaster relief.

Games.com is reporting that Playfish has raised more than $25,000 from the sale of the plushie, but will be accepting purchases up until February 21, for those who wish to show their support.

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