Isle of Love: Supporting Team Fox in Second Life this Valentine’s

Linden Lab has announced the return of the Isle of View for Valentine’s Day, together with an opportunity to help raise money for Team Fox and the The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF), and the return of two old favourites.

Kiosks at the Isle of View are offering a range of gifts – candy, chocolates, bunting, teddy bear, roses – any of which can be purchased and sent to a loved one. All of the proceeds from gift purchases will go to Team Fox, the fund-raising arm of MJFF, and the Lab are also guaranteeing to match the final total raised and so double the donation.

The Love Pavilion, Isle of View

The Love Pavilion, Isle of View

And that’s not all. This year sees the return of two popular items from times past, as the blog post notes:

We understand that love is sometimes complicated. You have got to work hard to make it work – and we’re not afraid of a little tough love. On February 12th from 10am – 12pm and 2-4pm SLT we’ll be mixing things up with the return of Dunk-a-Linden and Hug-a-Linden booths! You may just meet your virtual Valentine while waiting for a chance to dunk or hug a Linden – and if you don’t – hey you still got to dunk or hug a Linden! It’s a win-win situation.

So make a note for Friday, February 12th!

To find out more about Team Fox, the MJFF and Team Fox in Second Life, you can read my article here. And don’t forget Team Fox is also supported by Creations for Parkinson’s in-world as well.

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