|Babel donates to children’s cancer charity|
For the last 10 years Babel Media has been a major local employer and is now proud to announce their new charity initiative, giving help to those who really need it most in these difficult times.
Babel is pleased to announce it has started giving regular monthly donations to CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading children’s cancer charity. The charity is recognized for providing all round care and support for children and young people with cancer and their families, during and after treatment, which includes funding care professionals, providing specialist youth services, holidays and financial grants.
Locally, CLIC Sargent has a nurse and social worker based at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Sick Children in Brighton. They offer clinical, practical and emotional support at what is a very difficult time for the children and their families. Their help doesn’t stop there they are known to provide care after treatment by helping survivors, supporting those bereaved, and carrying out research.
Babel is the leading global provider of outsourced specialist services to the games and interactive entertainment industries. Founded in 1999, the company is part of the renown Quatrro Group of companies, pioneers in business transformation.
Babel’s award winning service, provides highly cost effective quality assurance testing, text translation, English and localised audio recording and localised print for PC, Console, Handheld, Online and Mobile titles. Babel is an approved Microsoft Xbox, Sony PlayStation and Nintendo QA test partner, a registered developer of Apple, Android and QUALCOMM, as well as an official test house for Nokia, Java Verified™ and Vodafone.
Babel works with a wide range of clients including SCE, SEGA, Nintendo, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Microsoft, THQ, Warner Bros, DreamWorks, Vodafone, Digital Chocolate, Gameloft, Nokia, BBC, Popcap, Netflix, Shazam, Square Enix, Atari, Namco Bandai, Activision-Blizzard, Lucas Arts, Konami, Bethesda Softworks, Webzen and Take 2.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 02 June 2011|