We love it when YouTubers contribute to the wider world by raising hundreds and thousands of pounds for charity. With PewDiePie having just raised a whopping $153,000 for Charity Water and Twitch raising an unbelievable $17 million throughout 2015, it’s certainly true that the digital community is doing everything in their power to make the world a better place. And now added to this charitable list is Tiffy a.k.a iHasCupquake!
Announced back in February, viewers have a chance to “win a day of gaming and fun with iHasCupquake and support Children’s Miracle Network hospitals” in the process simply by taking part. With 18 days left to go until the campaign runs out, Tiffy has raised over $12,000 so far of her $100,000 goal and we’d love to see her absolutely smash it by the end of March. If you want to get involved, watch her promotional video below and we’ll give you full details right after.
In collaboration with ExtraLife, a “fundraising program that throws 24-hour gaming marathons every year”, you can now donate money and share the charity page with your friends to get yourself in with a chance of gaming with Tiffy all day as well as winning a brand new vlogging camera. As she states on the official Prizeo donation page; “Here’s the plan – to help make those marathons extra magical, I want to fly you and a friend out to spend a day with me. We’ll play games. We’ll bake together. It’s a gaming and fun combo… and it’s super easy to win!”
To win the chance of a lifetime and help support a charity that saves the lives of sick young people, simply donate anything from $5 upwards to increase your likelihood of winning. The bigger the donation, the higher your chance! Large donations also come with a whole host of rewards such as a personalised thank you card, a campaign t-shirt, a pair of signed headphones and even a recording session with iHasCupquake herself with a game of your choice.
The Children’s Miracle Network hospitals sees “62 children admitted… every minute”. With children dealing with cancer to life threatening injuries, the charity was set up to “fund critical treatments, research and equipment, as well as help families who cannot afford care”. Just $5 can change someone’s life.