Since we began supporting Extra Life in 2018, we’ve raised over $4,800 USD for the Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals. For everyone who has supported the cause to-date, thank you!
We’re keeping the support going with our 4th annual Extra Life fundraising campaign! We’ve got a 24-hour marathon lined up, spray paint art rewards for donors, and more in store for this sprint to November 6th!
If you’re ready to donate, head over to my Extra Life page, make a donation, and get your rewards! If you want more detail on the upcoming events and activities, keep reading!
Throughout this year’s Extra Life campaign, I shared my thank you many times over for your outstanding support across every platform I appear on. Once the campaign ended though, I wasn’t done sending praise your way.
We’re all insanely exhausted, but it was all worth it!
Together, we raised $2,660 and counting! Thank you to everyone who has supported the campaign to-date, whether you made a donation, came to the house to play on the show, participated in any of the fundraising events leading up to the marathon, spread the word to others, or enjoyed any of these fundraisers as a viewer. All of our efforts will benefit the Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals. Will work on a much bigger post with more detailed shoutouts when I have some time to recover.
It’s not too late to support and reap the rewards! If you’re able, please click on the link below!
You can donate however much you like, but you’ll also get bonus rewards if you donate at one of the three reward tiers! Today is your last chance to take advantage of the offer, so make sure to get your donations in ASAP!
Head over to twitch.tv/inthirdperson right now and join us for our Extra Life 24-hour gaming marathon! Join us for the hype, laughs, and inevitable fails as we play games and try to not fall asleep!
We’re doing all of this in support of the Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals. If you’re able to support, please click on the link below!
You can donate however much you like, but you’ll also get bonus rewards if you donate at one of the three reward tiers! This weekend is your last chance to take advantage of the offer, so make sure to get your donations in before the end of Sunday, November 8th!
On Saturday, November 7th at 9am EST, my family, friends, and I will embark on the Extra Life 24-hour gaming marathon! It’s going to be amazing time where we play games together while fundraising for the Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals.
Over the past two years, we’ve raised over$2,000 in support of the Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals through Extra Life. With 2020 being the year that it is, our help is needed more than ever! This year, your donations will go towards the Children’s Hospital COVID-19 Impact Fund. In light of where things are in the world, it’s crucial that we step up and help the kids during these unprecedented times.
Last week, myself and many others made the trip to SickKids Hospital in Toronto for the annual Extra Life Kick-Off party. It served as an opportunity for existing guild members to reconnect and for newcomers to learn how to get involved. Most importantly, it was an opportunity for all of us to reflect on why our fundraising efforts are so important.
During part 1 of my Extra Life 2019 post-mortem, I focused on all of the activities leading up to the marathon itself. From joining the Extra Life Toronto Guild, to running a mini-campaign around my performance in Tetris 99, I reflect on what worked and what could improve. This time around, I’m tackling all of the technical mumbo jumbo related to the big day. Maybe these insights could help guide your next charity event!
Our first-ever attempt at the Extra Life gaming marathon was a success. We raised $800 for the Children’s Miracle Network of Hospitals and had an amazing time doing it. Any fears I had going into it were quelled by the outpouring of support from family, friends, and the broader gaming community.
Even so, I wasn’t ready to rest on my laurels. Going into 2019, I wanted to make a bigger impact. Generate more donations. Put on an even better show. Get more involved with the cause. Before I close the door on this year’s campaign, it’s worth looking back on the areas where growth occurred and other aspects that still have room for improvement.
This post grew out of control real fast, so I’ve decided to split it into two parts. This is part one, covering everything leading up to the marathon!