Tags

, , , , ,

It is the last two weeks of July and therefore time to help fight cancer by bidding for anime review copies provided by Hanabee.

The July 2014 Discs

  1. Card Fight!! Vanguard Part One – DVD
  2. Case Closed Season 2 – DVD
  3. Medaka Box Season One – Blu-Ray
  4. Little Busters Season One – Part Two – DVD
  5. Toradora: The Complete Series (Part 1 and Part 2) – DVD

See below the cut for the rules, the progress to date this year (nearly a $1,000 raised including my matching donations), and how to bid/donate.

The Rules

  1. Once a month I’ll post a list of titles for the monthly donations.
  2. Australian residents can then leave a comment indicating how much they are prepared to donate to a cancer charity to win a particular disc (don’t forget to tell me which disc you want).
  3. The minimum pledge is 1/3 retail price
  4. The highest pledge will win the disc
  5. I will close the comments after about two weeks with a final comment identifying the winners.
  6. Winners will forward a receipt for their donations to me.
  7. I will then privately email the winners to obtain snail mail details (again within Australia only), and send them the disc(s).
  8. I will pay for the postage.
  9. I will match all winning pledges up to 2x retail per disc.
  10. My default charity is the Australian Cancer Research Foundation, but I will match the cancer research charity of the winner’s choice.
  11. I am willing to re-open bids on titles offered in previous months. Leave a comment and I’ll add them to the list.

The Running Totals

Here’s what has been raised so far:

Month Monthly Total Australian Cancer Research Foundation Yooralla National Breast Cancer Foundation
January 2014 $60.00 $60.00 $0.00 $0.00
February 2014 $120.00 $120.00 $0.00 $0.00
March 2014 $470.00 $235.00 $235.00 $0.00
April 2014 $120.00 $50.00 $0.00 $70.00
May 2014 $40.00 $40.00 $0.00 $0.00
June 2014 $110.00 $110.00 $0.00 $0.00
Grand Totals $920.00 $615.00 $235.00 $70.00

Yooralla is a worthy charity that I commend to your attention, but not a cancer charity which is why I donated to the ACRF in March instead of matching Brendan’s donation.