WE DID IT!!! Watch this video to see me donate your hard earned dollars: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enXl0q5IZpI
WE RAISED +$10K!!!
As many of you know my mom is filipino from Misamis Occidental (speaks Bisaya) and I'm half filipino born in Canada and living in New York. Although my family back home in the Philippines has not been devastated by the effects of Typhoon Haiyan, thousands others have lost their homes, loved ones, everything. My SHAMELESS goal with YOU boos is to raise 10k for the relief efforts in the Philippines. 100% of the proceeds received will be donated to the Philippines Red Cross. Since filming this video I've decided to instead donate 100% of the profits made from any of my merchandise sold within the 24hr time frame where I'll be streaming live starting @7PM EST on Thursday, November 14th until the following day Friday, November 15th ending at 7pm EST. That means I'll be up 24hrs sitting in front of my computer hustling HARD to raise 10k by answering questions and doing challenges and giveaways!
If even half of you awesome viewers donate $1 it will do so much good and if you donated more then AMAZING GRACE! Just the thought of raising all that money for people who need it for food, water, shelter, and so much more makes my heart melt!
For monitoring purposes the merchandise contributions will start 11/14/13/ @7pm and end 11/15/13 @7pm
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I will follow up with video & screen shots of me sending the grand total amount to Philippines Red Cross just so you know the money was donated :) Make sure you tune into my following social media sites to see it here:
Thousands of people are feared to have been killed by Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the central Philippines on Friday.
The UN says more than 11 million people are believed to have been affected by the storm, and some 673,000 displaced.
The relief operation is being stepped up, but food, water and shelter are still badly needed aid officials say.
Several countries have deployed ships and aircraft to help, but the damage to transport links and bad weather are hindering aid distribution.
Tacloban - a city of 220,000 on Leyte island - is particularly badly affected.
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