Time Out: David Hasselhoff Visits Noah's Ark Children's Hospital For Wales

David Hasselhoff at Noah's Ark Children's Hospital in WalesDavid Hasselhoff was at a South Wales hospital back on November 24 where he paid a surprise visit to sick children and was accompanied by his stunning Welsh girlfriend Hayley Roberts, he spent time with young patients at The Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital for Wales in Cardiff, and posed for photographs with awe-struck hospital staff.

Following his hospital visit, he said, "If you are blessed it is your moral obligation to give that blessing to someone else. It was a sincere honor to be welcomed into the hearts and rooms of the young patients at the children's hospital. We hope we made a difference in their lives - they sure made a difference in ours.”

The hospital’s Sarah Lloyd showed the celebrity pair around the children’s hospital and said, “On behalf of our younger patients, their parents and our staff, I would like to say thank you to David and Hayley for taking the time out of their busy schedule to visit us. It was a very thoughtful thing to do, and it has brightened up the day of our patients and staff.”David Hasselhoff visits Noah's Ark Children's Hospital in WalesSee more at and Cardiff and Vale UHB Flickr PhotostreamSource: Wales Online, David Hasselhoff Online 

Extra Life: Play Games, Heal Kids

Extra Life

In case you've been wondering about the donation widget on the front page, for the past 3 years, I have been participating in a charity event known as Extra Life. Gamers come together and play games for 24 hours straight in order to raise money for their local Children's Miracle Network hospital. Last year alone Extra Life raised $2 million for children's hospitals. 100% of the money raised will go directly to the hospital.The event is next Saturday starting at 8am MST, and I will be here playing games until Sunday morning. I'm playing for Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. The team I'm on, RPGamer, has 13 others playing for different hospitals around the country, and even one in Canada. RPGamer will be raffling off prizes to donators.On Saturday November 2nd, 2013, RPGamer will be streaming from 8AM - 8AM Central time.How do I help?Check out our Extra Life Fundraising Page and see if you wish to donate. We're holding a contest to win a Hot Wheels Knight Rider KITT car to a lucky donator!Hot Wheels Knight Rider KITTIf you're also interested in the RPGamer contest prizes, go to the contest page at to see all the details of how and what you can win by donating to one of the staff members on the RPGamer team.There will be a live stream of the gaming action over at RPGamer, and you can come by and say hi in the chat room to cheer us on. European friends, we could sure use your help around 3 in the morning![notice]To win:1. Donate any amount of money to the fundraising page below.2. Write a comment in the box after donating saying you want the Knight Rider car.3. If you want any of the RPGamer prizes also let me know in the comment.[/notice]

Kids at Sydney Children's Hospital Inspired by Hoff's Big Heart

It began more than 20 years ago with a letter from a dying child - since then David Hasselhoff has never been able to resist the opportunity to bring a smile to an ill child's face.He was at it again yesterday, entertaining patients at Sydney Children's Hospital.Inside the Starlight Express Room, surrounded by arts and craft, beanbags and gaming consoles, The Hoff danced, ran in slow motion, sang a duet and had his picture taken with the kids.It was the latest in a long line of hospital visits around the world that began when he was working on hit '80s TV show Knight Rider."It was the second day on set and a seriously ill child visited me. He left a letter thanking me for teaching him that there's more to life than pain," he said."When we realise how blessed we are, we should share our blessings and love."Excited three-year-old Holly Collins was at the hospital when Hoff arrived yesterday. She said: "The Hoff talked to me when I was sitting on the beanbag."Her mother Julie said: "Being in hospital can be tedious so it was great seeing Hasselhoff putting a smile on kids' faces and being an inspiration."

Source: The Daily Telegraph

David posted this on his twitter yesterday: