The Sandbox collaborates with Food Angel on 'Food Rescue World,' integrating gaming and charity.

The Sandbox partners with Food Angel, a Hong Kong charity, in a groundbreaking move.

The Sandbox collaborates with Food Angel on 'Food Rescue World,' integrating gaming and charity.

The Sandbox, a leading decentralized gaming virtual world and a subsidiary of Animoca Brands, has announced a groundbreaking partnership with Food Angel, a Hong Kong-based charity. This collaboration has resulted in the creation of 'Food Rescue World', a unique gaming experience that merges the virtual entertainment of the metaverse with real-world charitable efforts, according to Animoca Brands.

The game features Food Angel’s mascot, Rice Boy, guiding players through various quests that involve collecting surplus food from markets, processing it in a central kitchen, and delivering meals to underprivileged families. This immersive experience aims to raise awareness about food conservation and the importance of sharing surplus food with those in need.

Players who successfully complete all the quests in 'Food Rescue World' can earn coupons from local partners such as Lalamove and Maxim's. These coupons can be used to support Food Angel's initiatives directly, thereby bridging the gap between virtual actions and real-world impact.

To extend their backing, The Sandbox Hong Kong team visited Food Angel’s kitchen this month to aid in preparing food ingredients and meal boxes. This hands-on collaboration aims to bridge efforts between the virtual and real worlds. GoGoBox and Chord Hero, trusted partners of The Sandbox, joined in, involving a broader community in this charitable endeavor.

The Sandbox has a track record of backing diverse charitable initiatives globally, spanning conservation and humanitarian aid. Food Angel joins a prestigious list of supported organizations such as UNICEF, the French Red Cross, Nori, and WeForest. The platform’s commitment to the 'Metaverse for Good' initiative continues to expand its reach and impact.

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