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For Kids

Expo 2015

The very first Cowlitz Gamers for Kids Expo was in 2010. It was created to rally support and fundraise for an amazing charity. Children's Justice & Advocacy Center is a non-profit team that gives children a safe place to escape child abuse and neglect, providing resources to aide in investigation, prosecution, treatment and healing.


6 years later, the expo has grown exponentially and has accrued over $24,500 for CJAC. With the help of our sponsors, vendors, volunteers, and attendees, we gather to enjoy gaming for a fantastic cause!!


CJAC now has a direct donation option and a new website!

Our Story...

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Past Contributions Made By:

A Nova Print - Another Castle - Adam Issackson - Anime Haus    

Classics & Oddities - Creepy Cult - Cutie Bytes - Danny Kim - DPad

Epic Entertainment Exchange - GAOO - Jason McKay

Jeremiah's Video Games - John Hancock - Josh Byerly

Keefe's Comics and Collectibles - Legendary Games - Lost Classics

Mad Gear - Mark Counts Steampunk Movement - Michelle Collision

Nintendo Age - Nintendo Doctor - Northwest Classics Gamers Club

Pink Gorilla - Portland Retro Gaming Expo - Quorum of Cute      

Recycled Gamer - Rick Weis - Specialty Gamer - Video Game Wizards

YBot - Zach Knowlton - & More

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Our Main Sponsors


03/11/2015: The NES game Blow Em Out was donated by Bill Hecklick and and changed to Blow Em Out for CJAC. 30 colored/numbered carts , $35 each, 100 % of proceeds will be given directly to CJAC at the show.

Also exclusive at CGFKE, the Atari 2600 homebrew game made by Jason Santuci called Catacombs of Chaos, is a rogue-style game featuring different room layouts every time you play. The game comes in deluxe packaging with a case, ring, knight figurine, cart and instructions. There will be a small run of these made, only 25 copies. Each copy is $40 each.


02/02/2015: Vendor List and Floor Plan is Live! Check it out!


Cowlitz County Regional

Conference Center

March 28th, 2015