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FlowPlay, a developer and operator of gambling platforms for social casinos and sports betting, has succeeded in collecting $20,000 as donations for Homes for Our Troops. This non-profit fund focuses on building houses for veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The campaign organized by Homes for Our Troops aims at readjusting the former soldiers who were severely injured to the normal life with their families. This initiative was supported by FlowPlay and over thirty thousand gamblers of Vegas World Casino owned by FlowPlay. The sum mentioned above was collected during one month. It will be entirely used for building houses for veterans. 
FlowPlay has been cooperating with non-profit organizations for more than one year. The developer has been able to collect over 100,000 dollars for charitable purposes. The funds were provided for various charity funds, including those that were engaged in providing education for girls and treating cancer patients.
The aim of the campaign was indeed important. The support provided by FlowPlay and customers of its casino helped Homes for Our Troops to create favorable conditions for veterans. 
According to Derrick Morton, CEO of FlowPlay, it is absolutely necessary to donate money for non-profiting organizations, including Homes for Our Troops. He was delighted to announce that many customers had supported this idea and contributed to the collected amount of twenty thousand dollars. This money helped those who had protected our country without regard to their own lives. Now they are suffering. So, our duty is to help them. 
If you want to join generous gamblers of Vegas World Casino and are willing to donate for veterans, follow the link: https://www.hfotusa.org/get-involved/support_our_mission/.
Homes for Our Troops has been operating since 2004, collecting donations for defenders of the country suffering mainly from limb amputations, paralysis, and severe traumatic brain injury. 
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