Halo creator Bungie just made a boy's day - a five-year-old boy who spent nine hours in surgery having a liver transplant. Bungie heard about the boy's - Brady's - plight on Reddit. His father had been posting there. A lady from Bungie called Christine went to visit Brady at the Seattle Children's Hospital after his successful operation. With her she brought a card filled with best-wishes messages from the Bungie team, and a Halo t-shirt. She also brought a full-sized replica of Carter's helmet from Halo: Reach for Brady to keep. I reached out to this subreddit for contact info.
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Bungie responded like champions. Feel better! The Bungie team also sent the boy shirts, toys, and art. I know that they have had a huge impact on how well my son has been recovering after his surgery.