Play Northern Credit Union’s True North Adventure Game

Play Northern Credit Union’s True North Adventure Game & Earn Dollars to Support the “We Are Not Alone” Parent Support Campaign

About the Game:

Northern Credit Union’s ‘True North Adventure Game’ is an online game that’s fun, but more importantly, a great way to raise money for non-profit organizations. In our case, please play to raise money for our “We Are Not Alone” Campaign. The trivia-based adventure allows players to amass points towards a charity of the player’s choice. Then Northern Credit Union makes a monthly donation of $3,000 towards the charities that have been rewarded the most points.

How to Play:

Players navigate and choose between different outdoor paths and their corresponding level of difficulty. From there, the player moves along these paths by answering Northern-themed trivia questions. Please choose “We Are Not Alone“ for your charity of choice, and your points will add donation dollars to the campaign.
http://playtruenorthadventure.com/

So Why Play? That’s Easy:

· To help your charity of choice receive a donation from Northern CU (Please choose “We Are Not Alone” for your charity of choice)
· To get the highest score (it is a lot of fun, don’t you know)
· To showcase your Northern pride and knowledge of the North

For more information on the “We Are Not Alone” Campaign:
http://www.truenorthstrong.ca/campaigns/we-are-not-alone

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