This is adorable, awesome, and for a good cause.
This is adorable, awesome, and for a good cause.
Medal winners from Team Great Britain got together to dance to “Do Your Thing” for Children In Need. Or rather, a bunch of Olympians performed before and after a Tom Daley striptease.
The actor showed off his skilled dance moves on Ellen to help raise $10,000 for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation.
These are really cool and 100% of profits go to Hurricane Sandy relief. I can’t decide which one I want.
Now this is how you effectively use social media. Good work, Gov. Christie.
The actor randomly showed up to a 5K event benefiting the Texas School for the Deaf in Austin. Isn’t he just the greatest?
For every 30 views of the videos in their “big tit” and “small tit” categories, they’ll donate 1 cent to breast cancer research during the month of October. It sure is nice of them to lend a hand?
After being tracked by the paparazzi on Saturday, the couple made the most of their celeb status by making signs to raise awareness for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation and Gilda’s Club of New York City.
Rake those leaves!
Bill and Melinda are wielding their foundation’s massive wealth to solve one of the world’s most under-discussed problems.
In New York City on July 12th, a Guinness world record was broken for the most expensive pet wedding, coming in at a cost of $250,000. It was all to benefit the Humane Society of New York. This is what the most expensive pet wedding EVER looks like.
He’s being called the “Summer Santa”. When Rankin Paynter learned that the Kmart in his town was closing, he decided to buy everything that remained on the store’s shelves — and give it all away.
A Kentucky man spent $20,000 to buy out a local K-Mart, then decided to donate everything to people in need in his town. Dear world, more of this please!
Hey, Larry David: If you don’t join Twitter, polar bears will die. That’s how CharityBribes works, in a nutshell.
Did you know that if you watch a Youtube video and then share it with your Facebook friends you become an expert on Human Rights violations in third world countries?
Mmmmm, space donuts. The Dark Lord of the Sith might take exception to this graffiti but it’s for a good cause. Each of the helmets will be auctioned off for charity starting February 7th.
Jerry Sandusky, the former assistant football coach charged with 40 counts of child sex abuse, breaks his silence on the Penn State scandal with Bob Costas. And he unsurprisingly denies all the charges. “Horsing around” and “horseplay” are terms that are now forever tainted.
On the heels of the revelation that the judge who freed Jerry Sandusky on bail was a donor to Sandusky’s Second Mile charity, and the incredulous questions as to why she did not recuse herself, here are some more unanswered questions surrounding this awful scandal. Not to get into the realm of conspiracy theory, but there are some very disturbing “coincidences” surrounding this case.
Just when you think this awful story couldn’t get any worse. Mark Madden, the sports writer in Pennsylvania who first broke the Jerry Sandusky child rape story, now claims that Sandusky is rumored to have sold children for sex to wealthy donors. Here’s a radio clip of Madden discussing an investigation into the stomach-turning allegations.
The design on each shirt symbolizes the type of aid UNICEF is delivering in the Horn of Africa. 100% of your donation will go to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to support life-saving relief efforts for children. View Image ›
For only $100 dollars Wayne Coyne will include your name in the next big Flaming Lips
gimmick epic production. The money will be donated to the Humane Society and a music program at the University of Central Oklahoma, so that’s good.
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Sure, you could just donate $1,000,000 to charity, but why not just buy this instead? Proceeds from the DKNY Golden Delicious Million Dollar Fragrance go to charity, so at least you’ll have something to show your friends. Read more about it here. View Image ›
It’s for a good, as-yet-to-be-determined cause!
Artists from the Tsunami Project community, joined by illustrators from all around the world decided collect hundreds of professional drawings in order to hold a fundraising auction in paris. More here, and you can learn about the project here View List ›
New York’s hosting a He-Man themed Charity art show to benefit homeless youth. The pieces range from your standard Mer-Man-as-gay-speedo-model portraiture to the genuinely weird. Maybe Skeletor isn’t as bad as we all thought? (Tons more at Skeletor Saves.) View List ›
These techniques should work for any text-related charitable causes. View List ›
A collection of artwork attempting to raise money for relief efforts in Japan. Despite all of the tranny taco shop brawls and farting Charlie Sheens, sometimes the internet can do good. Links to the individual artist or fundraising page are provided if you feel like chipping in. View List ›
Created by Ed Chapman, Jimi was auctioned off last month (sold for £23,000) at the Cancer Research UK’s Sound & Vision event at Abbey Road Studios. You’ve gotta be experienced to realize there’s a greater use for guitar picks than just playing the main riff to Enter Sandman. View Image ›