Mark Miller, an 18-year-old Colchester High School student, stayed connected with other sick kids through the Internet when he was ill recently, says the Burlington Free Press. Miller has since recuperated and is currently on the varsity soccer team. But he didn’t forget how the connection with other sick kids helped him through his illness. So he started his own nonprofit group called Gaming for Life which is designed to supply sick children with the equipment they need to stay connected through networking and gaming.”When I was home sick, I got to meet some kids going through the same thing online…These kids were really there for me and still are. I want other kids to have the opportunity to experience that as well,” says Miller. He’s applied for a $50,000 Pepsi Refresh Project grant, but needs your assistance. Go to Miller’s Web site at http://www.gamingfor life.com to see how you can help him receive the grant and make his dream of providing gaming equipment come true. That’s a game where everyone wins.