In the event you’ve been too busy playing Halo Infinite to participate in this year’s Ars Technica Charity Drive sweepstakes, don’t fret. You continue to have time to donate to a very good trigger and get an opportunity to win your share of over $1,600 value of swag (no buy essential to win).
To date this yr, after simply over three days, almost 100 readers have donated almost $9,000 to both the Electronic Frontier Foundation or Child’s Play as a part of the charity drive (Kid’s Play is main within the donation totals by about $1,100, FWIW). That is a good distance off from last year’s record haul of over $58,000, however there’s nonetheless loads of time till the Charity Drive wraps up on Jan. 7, 2022.
That does not imply it’s best to put your donation off, although. Do your self and the charities concerned a favor and provides now, when you’re excited about it. Do not let it slip your thoughts and find yourself kicking your self in January for not participating.
See beneath for directions on tips on how to enter, and check out the Charity Drive kickoff post for a whole listing of accessible prizes.
The way it works
Donating is straightforward. Merely donate to Child’s Play utilizing PayPal or donate to the EFF utilizing PayPal, bank card, or Bitcoin. It’s also possible to assist Kid’s Play straight by selecting an merchandise from the Amazon want listing of a particular hospital on its donation page. Donate as a lot or as little as you’re feeling snug with—each little bit helps.
We’ll then contact the winners and have them select their prize by January 31 (selecting takes place within the order the winners are drawn). Good luck!
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