Do Something!

GameStop and Do Something, the national youth action champion, today announced an innovative grant program to engage young members of the community in programs of service and leadership. The grants provide individuals under the age of 25 with the opportunity to create community service projects based on local needs and issues.

“Our partnership is a unique effort to advance volunteerism and actively support the often unique perspectives that young people can bring to addressing issues in their own community,” indicated R. Richard Fontaine, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GameStop Corp. The grants of $500 each will be competitively awarded to legal residents of the United States and Canada. To learn more about the program visit or

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“Young people possess the energy, creativity and motivation to rock the world. The grants from GameStop will help them do it!” says Nancy Lublin, CEO of Do Something. GameStop’s alliance with Do Something is the newest component of the company’s nationwide commitment of promoting community engagement, leadership and achievement among young people.

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