Youtuber Gained $18,000 Donation For The Victims Of The 2011 Earthquake in Japan
Nicholas Oyzon, a popular Youtuber known as Trainer Tips recently started a Go Fund Me campaign for the victims of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Tohoku Region, Japan. He initially planned a $1,200 donation drive before his departure to the Lapras Event so that he can give the money to the Japanese organizations in rebuilding the Tohoku region.
As of November 14, 2016, The Go Fund Me project got a total of $18,961 donations from 1,201 donors for the past 2 days. A very large amount compared to the planned denomination which he already achieved in minutes from posting the donation drive.
The power of the internet really is amazing. Trainer Tips loved his fans and the fans rewarded him with this kind of gesture.
You can visit his Go Fund Me project here but you can no longer donate anymore due to the fact that Nick already closed it to stop the overflow of donations. Explanation in a video down below:
Youtuber Gained $18,000 Donation For The Victims Of The 2011 Earthquake in Japan Reviewed by Siopao Master on 11/15/2016 09:54:00 PM Rating: