It is time for our 5th Annual 24 hour live streaming charity event.
Sometimes it is hard to live stream in general when you have so much more you are trying to keep track of. Doing that for 24 hours straight, can be even more of a challenge. BUT, when you do it for a cause, it is all worth it. Last year we set out to make it the best year yet, and so far, it has been. Thanks to the Drinking Bro’s: Nerds and Bros & Dragons Inc. communities, 2016 we raised the most yet at $640 during the live stream itself. Down below, I show off what I’ve pulled in at every live stream for charity:
Who do we support? Every spring, we support a military veteran/service member charity organization. This year, we are supporting Stack-Up.org. They support US, NATO, and Australian/New Zealand veterans get through deployments to combat zones, and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video games. As I like to call it “Therapy thru gaming…”. One thing they do are supply crates where they put together gear, swag, equipment, and GAMES! Air Assaults is where they get together soldiers, veterans and pays for them to attend awesome geek cultured, gaming, and other exciting events. Lastly, they have local “Stacks” across the world where local volunteers; veterans and civilian; who will bring the digital community of the organization to a much more local level.
This year, we are attempting to top last years event. We are attempting to tie in 2 gaming stations, 5 cameras, 3+ mic’s, and more people. We are still working on a list of giveaways, but certain donation amounts will make you eligible for giveaways. Last year we gave away about $150 worth of merch. This year, we have had about $400 worth of swag and gear donated thus far.
Are you interested in joining in on the fun, and you are in the Denver Metro, email Contact[at]AdventuresMediaProduction.com and we can coordinate a time you can come on.
When: 6 May 2017
Start time: 09:00 Mountain Daylight Time
Direct donation link: https://tiltify.com/events/adventures-media-supports-veterans