The Tesla Model X combines the space of a crossover with the power of a sports car – especially when it’s been tricked out in Performance trim with Ludicrous mode. One lucky entrant will win this car, while helping to support veterans’ and children’s charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get 50% bonus entries for a limited time.
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In 2018, Cadillac built just 162 of the CTS-V Championship Edition sedan. It packs a 640 hp supercharged V8, and looks great in Crystal White with red mirror caps, and a red accented interior. One lucky entrant will win this amazing car, while helping to support charities. Plus, Awesomer readers get double entries for a limited time.
What could be better than winning a mid-engined 2020 C8 Corvette? How about winning a C8 AND a 1962 Corvette? The folks over at Dream Giveaway are giving one lucky winner both of these amazing sports cars, while supporting veterans and children’s charities. Awesomer readers receive 50% bonus entries!
In 2019, Subaru Tecnica Int’l. built just 209 of the STI S209, a rocket of a car powered by a 341hp Boxer engine, a 6-speed manual gearbox, and all-wheel drive. Enter to win this one in Crystal White Pearl with Satin Gold wheels, and support veterans and children’s charities with your donation. Awesomer readers get 50% bonus entries.
This Humble Bundle is packed with over $1000 worth of reading material from Morgan & Claypool to help you learn about electronic circuits, microcontrollers, and engineering principles. Pay what you want, and if you spend more than $15, you’ll get all 17 e-Books, while supporting the National Coalition Against Censorship.
This 31-track cover album pays tribute to the late Adam Schlesinger, with a sampling of some of his many wonderful power pop tracks. The Fountains of Wayne songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist passed away in April 2020 due to COVID-19. All proceeds from the album go to benefit MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Indie gaming platform itch.io and more than 500 game creators are away access to over $3400 worth of games for anyone who donates at least $5 to their campaign. All proceeds will donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and Community Bail Fund, and split 50/50.
To support the charity Playing for Change, musicians Robbie Robertson, Ringo Starr, joined amazingly talented artists from around the globe for a performance of The Band’s 1968 classic The Weight. Enjoy more from their Songs Around the World series here. (Thanks Jonathan!)
Vizio teamed up with (RED) to design an all-red version of its excellent P-Series 55″ Class 4K HDR smart television. The display not only looks great, but 10% of every purchase goes to The Global Fund, which will use the money to help to reduce the spread of HIV and malaria.
Xbox and Make-A-Wish’s Consoles for Kids charity auction lets you bid for one-of-a-kind autographed and custom painted Xbox One X consoles, each one signed by a celebrity or game developers. All of the proceeds go to Make-A-Wish. The auction runs until 10/3/18.
The Wu-Tang Clan teamed up with StockX for Charity Rules Everything Around Me, a raffle where all proceeds will be used to help children in marginalized communities. The pieces are clothes, shoes and gear that have been used, signed or both by the members of the group.
(PG-13: Language) One lucky fan will get to hang out with Rick and Morty creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland when they record the commentary for the show’s Season 3 DVD. Every $10 donation to Planned Parenthood via Omaze gets 100 entries into the raffle.
Luke Skywalker speaks and toys with his young padawan in Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley’s promotion for the annual Star Wars UNICEF fundraiser. Donate at least $10, and get a chance to spend a day at Skywalker Ranch, visit the set of the Han Solo movie, and more.
“It’d be hard for me not to improve your team.” Eighteen-year-old Yitzi Teichman has brain cancer, which as he puts it helped him get a 1-day contract with the Los Angeles Lakers (via the Make-A-Wish Foundation). He may not be a great baller, but he’s got a future in comedy.
YouTuber Mike Boyd wanted to make good use of his newfound popularity, so he’s dedicating all of the ad revenue from this video to charity. Tony Hawk also bet him an autographed skateboard if he can consistently pull off a heelflip. You’re a good man, Mike Boyd.
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