Marathons are hard. Helping kids isn’t.
But he’s raising more than a few eyebrows in the process.
Desert Pea Media is inspiring the next generation of Aussie Hip-Hop stars.
“Can you write this funding application?” “NO.”
A charitable giving page in aid of prostate cancer has been set up in the aftermath of the theft of nude photos of celebrities. UPDATE: The Prostate Cancer Foundation has denounced the campaign and will return the funds.
Save the clean water, y’all!
Featuring people getting tattoos for the first time, a cat riding a Roomba in a shark costume, and a Corgi getting a massage.
Too bad he didn’t wear the Captain America uniform, though.
We found love in a frozen place.
“Though this disease has impaired his ability to walk, move, and talk, his brain is unaffected. Therefore, his desire to partake in ridiculous things is still very much prevalent.”
It’s for charity, guys. A bit NSFW.
The good folk at /r/Australia have been nominating worthwhile charities. Stop being such a tight-arse and get your cash out.
Their hips DEFINITELY don’t lie. And they’re doing it for charity!
“There’s a limit to how many people even I can kill.”
Seventeen-year-old Haris Suleman is dead after his single engine plane went down around Pago Pago, American Samoa, on Tuesday night. His father, who was accompanying his son on the trip, is still missing.
Rugby League steps up for a great cause.
They handle the shipping & handling.
Roy Cockrum won the largest lottery ever in the history of Tennessee, but said he will use the winnings to fund arts programming.
Donations flooded into Gordon Aikman’s JustGiving page after he wrote candidly about having Motor Neurone Disease in The Scotsman.
Someone has been hiding cash around the Bay Area and sending clues through Twitter on where to find it. On Wednesday night, the account, @HiddenCash, made its first drop in Los Angeles.
Apparently he had no idea he was a thing.
While most celebrity Twitter feeds are dominated by endless selfies, mindless musings, and photos designed to incite FOMO, the Chicago P.D. star is using social media to connect with fans on a personal level and inspire change — 140 characters at a time.
The filmmaker, Lucasfilm, and Disney are teaming up with crowdfunding charity site Omaze to launch the new initiative Star Wars: Force for Change.
At the annual “An Evening With Women” fundraiser, the ladies certainly didn’t disappoint.
Jenny Baker raised thousands of pounds with her #sendmichaelhome campaign. But now she admits she hasn’t seen him in months and may have to refund the cash.
Remember when you wanted to be an explorer?