Project for Awesome 2018!

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'Twas the week before P4A, when all through the web

Every Nerdfighter was filming, including the celebs;

Their videos were uploaded online with care,

In hopes that viewers would watch and vote there;

Hank and John prepped livestream plans of all kinds,

While goals of decreasing world suck inspired their minds…

It’s time for Project for Awesome!

This year marks the 11th Annual Project for Awesome, a livestream and video extravaganza run by the Foundation to Decrease World Suck that raises awareness (and donations) for various charities of the audience’s choice. The event is comprised of three parts: 

  1. Livestream! Hank, John, and some of their friends will host a wonderfully weird livestream from 12:00pm EST on December 7th through 12:00pm EST on December 9th. What will happen this year? Who knows? Tune in to find out!

  2. Videos! Any and everyone is invited to make a video advocating for their charity of choice (psssst… we recommend This Star Won’t Go Out!) Upload your video onto the P4A website, where people can vote for who should receive a portion of the event’s donations. Can’t make a video? Vote Vote Vote!

    *You can submit videos from 12:00am EST on December 5th through 11:59am EST on December 9th. You can vote on videos 12:00pm EST on December 7th through 11:59am EST on December 9th. 

  3. Indiegogo! Perks! Donate on Indiegogo and get awesome perks from your favorite creators.

    *The Indiegogo will be open from 12:00am EST on Wednesday, December 5th to 11:59pm EST on Tuesday, December 11th.

 Get involved! It’s the season of giving and best time to help decrease world suck. But how, you may ask? 

On the Project for Awesome Website, vote for This Star Won’t Go Out and/or make a video to raise awareness for our mission! Need a refresher on who we are/what we do?

TSWGO is a nonprofit organization that supports families of children with cancer. It was founded to continue Esther Earl’s legacy and dream: to make the world a better place!

Here are some of TSWGO’s past P4A videos, and Hank’s helpful tips to make your own!

Want to learn more? Learn about P4A on their website.