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Bungie Sends Care Package to Ailing Child.

Posted January 21, 2013 by LarryC in News

Bungie, the creator of the Halo video games, made the day of a five year old boy, when they sent him some goodies from the Halo games.

Brady, the five year boy had gone through nine hours of surgery to have a liver  transplant. Bungie learned of this through Brady’s dad, who posted updates about his sons surgery  on the website Reddit.

A representative from Bungie ‘Christine’ visited Brady at the hospital. She brought with her a get well card signed by the Bungie team, Halo T-shirt , and  Carters helmet  from Halo Reach.

Bungie really put a big smile on Brady’s face, after suffering some pain from the surgery. The gifts he received showed the kindness and caring that Bungie has been known for. Brady’s dad  said , “I know that they have had a huge impact on how well my son has been recovering after his surgery.”

Above all, we see the smile that this simple gesture by Bungie brought to Brady’s face. When children are in need of help or comforting it is the little things that can bring those smiles to their little faces that parents love. This touches my heart, being a dad myself and I am sure it will touch any parent’s heart out there. Get well soon Brady!



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Hi there, My name is Larry Catoe. I am a Husband, Dad and gamer.

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