The vacation season can get busy. We get it. In between current procuring, residence ornament, and limitless replays of that Tremendous Nintendo World tour with Shigeru Miyamoto, it’s possible you’ll not have had time to participate on this 12 months’s Ars Technica Charity Drive sweepstakes.
Like we stated, we get it.
However concern not! You continue to have time to donate to a great trigger and get an opportunity to win your share of $5,000 value of swag (no buy essential to win).
So far this 12 months, almost 600 readers have donated almost $36,000 to both the Digital Frontier Basis or Kid’s Play as a part of the charity drive (EFF is main within the donation totals by about $1,500 now, FWIW). That is now properly above the roughly $33,000 we raised final 12 months and oh so near breaking the file $38,861 we raised in 2016.
With about two weeks left till the charity drive wraps up on January 4, I do know we will attain new heights of generosity if all of us dig deep for a great trigger. See under for directions on methods to enter, and take a look at the Charity Drive kickoff submit for a whole record of accessible prizes.
The way it works
Donating is straightforward. Merely donate to Kid’s Play utilizing PayPal or donate to the EFF utilizing PayPal, bank card, or Bitcoin. You can even help Kid’s Play instantly by choosing an merchandise from the Amazon want record of a particular hospital on its donation web page. Donate as a lot or as little as you are feeling snug with—each little bit helps.
As soon as that is accomplished, it is time to register your entry in our sweepstakes. Simply seize a digital copy of your receipt (a forwarded e mail, a screenshot, or just a cut-and-paste of the textual content) and ship it to ArsCharityDrive@gmail.com together with your identify, postal tackle, daytime phone quantity, and e mail tackle by 11:59pm ET Monday, January 4, 2021. (One entry per individual, and every individual can solely win as much as one prize. US residents solely. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. See official guidelines for extra data, together with methods to enter with out making a donation. Additionally discuss with the Ars Technica privateness coverage.)
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!