Charity Livestream – Every Bit Counts Twice
Did you enjoy A Friend in Deed as much a we did? Hurricane Fluttershy was a season highlight, right? Wasn’t Too Many Pinkie Pies a sheer explosion of surprises even when you watched it twice? And how about beautiful singing, funny accents, and maybe even apples?
Then tune in this Saturday, December 22, 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. EST (11 p.m. to 5 a.m. UTC) to a grand Bronies for Good and EverFree Radio charity livestream with none other than
- Amy Keating Rogers (6:30 p.m. EST)
- Cindy Morrow (roughly 8:00 p.m. EST)
- Dave Polsky (roughly 9:00 p.m. EST)
- Michelle Creber (10:00 p.m. EST)
- Forest Rain
- Sprocket Doggingsworth
- The Living Tombstone
- and likely more surprise guests!
Among the hosts are Foalpapers, Rommel of Bronies for Good, and Emily of Pegasisters Live.
On top of it all, an anonymous benefactor will match all your donations during the stream up to $2000!
Cooperation with Engineers Without Borders
The Seeds of Kindness 2 fundraiser aims to fund an orphanage building in Kampala, Uganda, for an existing orphanage that wants to expand and at the same time save the rent for their current accommodations, so it can provide food, education, and a new family to more than fifty orphans.
We are extremely close to this goal, which means that you—our generous donors and supporters—are making a great impact on the lives of a great number of children! The orphanage will be completely self-sustainable, so as children grow up and become independant, more will be able to take their places—and not only survive but gain a new future, thanks to your kindness and compassion.
Reaching this milestone also means that now a new project can experience one of the greatest achievements of this fandom: its unified force of kindness.
Once the Safe Project orphanage building is fully funded, the Seeds of Kindness 2 fundraiser will support projects from Engineers Without Borders, the first one of which aims to provide ready access to clean water and better sanitation for an orphanage and school in Manya, Uganda. In this first phase of the project, the money is needed to assess what solutions would prove to be the most effective and durable.