Full Tilt Poker Invites Members To Raise Money For The Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund

The citizens of Nepal and many tourists and mountaineers from all over the globe are reeling under the after effects of the devastating earthquake that shook the nation on April 25th, 2015. Full Tilt Poker, the leading online poker room, has taken the initiative to provide assistance to thousands who have lost their homes and their means of earning a livelihood. For this purpose, the online poker room has made a fervent appeal to its members to donate towards the cause.


Full Tilt will donate a matching sum for every $1 donated by its members before 23:59 ET on Tuesday, May 19th. The funds raised will be directed to the global relief charity, CARE International, which has numerous emergency response teams working tirelessly across the affected areas in Nepal. Every dollar donated will help bring some sort of relief to thousands of stricken families. A $5 contribution can feed a family for one day while they can gain access to clean drinking water for $10. $225 can provide emergency shelter for each family who may have lost everything when their homes were reduced to rubble in the quake.

Various options to donate funds

Full Tilt members can do their bit by entering Dummy Tournaments where players can made up to four donations at once through a multi-entry tournament format. Buy-ins range from $1, $.2.50, $5, $10, all the way up to $1,000 and are added directly to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund. The prize pool will be matched by Full Tilt and the total amount donated to CARE International.

Those who haven’t yet registered at Full Tilt, you can do so by downloading the free Full Tilt desktop app. Once an account is created, players can make their donation by selecting the tournament labeled Nepal Earthquake Relief in the game list. Players can also donate via the Player Transfer window on the desktop app. The online poker room also invites its members to donate directly to CARE via the Full Tilt/Helping Hands Appeal page




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