Prizes won so far: 96
For landing in the center square.
Magic Squares Prize(s)
These are hidden prizes under squares. If you land on one after the explosion, you win.
A donation is not required to play the GivingGame by 2CC/GivingGrid. You must be a U.S. resident and at least 18 years old to play. You do not need to be a U.S. resident to donate only. Playing may be subject to state, county or local laws. Void where prohibited. Only certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations can be a "Campaign Sponsor." Employees, Officers and Directors of the Campaign Sponsor and 2CC/GivingGrid and members of their immediate families are not eligible to play.
Options to Play
You can play for free by clicking the "Alternative entry method" link and/or get bonus plays for making a donation (click the “Play our GivingGame” square for details). Making a donation does not obligate you to play. You can simply bypass the game and only make a donation.
How You Play and Win and the Prizes
When you click the play button, the grid explodes and then all the squares snap back into completely random positions.
If your photo from the current game ends up in the large center square, you win the Super Prize. While the Super Prize can change, there will always be one for the life of the campaign and the current prize will show in the campaign details. You can only win one Super Prize per round. A round is defined as the total number of plays you’ve received for your transaction, free or for a donation. For example, if you donated $25 and received three plays and then land in the center and win the Super Prize on your first try, you're done.
If the Campaign Sponsor elects to include them, you have more chances to win by landing on a Magic Square. Magic Squares are randomly hidden underneath squares. You will know if you land on a Magic Square immediately after each play. If included, any Magic Square prizes will show in the campaign details. Magic Square prizes may be changed or eliminated during the campaign. You can only win one Magic Squares prize per round. A round is defined as the total number of plays you’ve received for your transaction, free or for a donation. For example, if you donated $25 and received three plays and then land on a Magic Square on your first try, you can’t win another one in that round. You can still win the Super Prize.
Other Things You Should Know
You can play as often as you like (although the free entry method is once per cell number) and you can win multiple times. The odds of winning depend on the total number of squares on the grid and the number of Magic Squares, if any. All winners are required to fill out an online form with your contact information and mailing address, in order to receive your prize(s). GivingGames continue until the scheduled end date or they can end at the discretion of the Campaign Sponsor.
The Campaign Sponsor is responsible for sending or emailing all prizes. They will make every effort to provide them in a timely manner, not to exceed 45 days after the end of the campaign.
All prizes are provided by the Campaign Sponsor. 2CC/GivingGrid is only the platform provider and is in no way responsible for prize distribution or the quality of the prizes. That is the sole responsibility of the Campaign Sponsor and you acknowledge that 2CC/GivingGrid has no obligation whatsoever with respect to such prizes, including and without limitation, any responsibility for any product warranties, whether express or implied. In the event of a complaint related to any prizes, the winner shall only look to the Campaign Sponsor.
For more information on GivingGame or if you're ready to get on board and create one, contact custservice@GivingGrid.com.
GivingGame is only available to 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations and certain qualifications apply.
About the organization
3627 Wonderful Way
Wonderfullness, Iowa 40404