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Safari Challenge: Empowering Social Gamers to Impact the Real World!

Safari Challenge Lion PrideLove playing games on Facebook with your friends? What if you could play a game that actually creates a real-world impact?

Safari Challenge, by Desert River Games, is changing the way social interactive games are developed and revolutionizing world giving. This flagship Facebook game enables players to travel seamlessly from 2D to 3D, creating personalized safari adventures that fund real humanitarian aid projects. FREE to play, social gamers journey on photo safaris, create their own African villages, and rescue and release animals into the wild — all for exciting rewards.

Through their unique journey, players discover and earn redeemable currency called “Impact”, with which they designate to fund humanitarian aid projects. Want to learn more? Check out the graphic that explains how the game works and visit www.DesertRiverGames.com

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Debbie Bookstaber started Mamanista in 2007 with her friend Candace Lindemann. Debbie and Candace also are the co-founders of Bloganthropy.org, which empowers bloggers to become philanthropic leaders in their communities. Through their annual awards, Bloganthropy.org recognizes bloggers who effectively use social media for social good. Debbie lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband and two young sons. She's an active volunteer in her community and a working mom. Debbie is a partner at Element Associates and the Social Media Director at Child's Play Communications. You can follow Debbie on Twitter @buzzmommy or meet her at a future blogging or tech conference, where she frequently speaks about social good efforts, SEO or affiliate marketing.

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