COVID Homeschool Tech - 24 Hour Stream Fundraiser

COVID Homeschool Tech - 24 Hour Stream Fundraiser

From Dan Byles

We're raising money to help underprivileged kids get tech to allow them to homeschool during COVID lockdowns

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We will be playing a mixture of Call of Duty: Warzone and Fifa 21 Pro Clubs for 24 hours to help raise some funds to buy much needed tech for underprivileged children to allow them to homeschool during the COVID Lockdowns.

The team consists of:

  • Dan Vaughan
  • Ryan Groves
  • Kevin Vaughan
  • Dan Byles
  • Jack Nicholl

We are a team of mixed abilities and while we cannot promise you top tier gameplay we will be having a crack at some challenges and trying to get as many wins as we can (DB will add £10 to the fund for every Warzone win we get, KV will add £10 to the fund for every red card he receives in Pro Clubs).

Approximate Timings:

8pm - 4am - Call of Duty: Warzone

4am - midday - Fifa 21 Pro Clubs

midday - 8pm - Call of Duty: Warzone

8pm - Monday - Sleep

We are aiming to get at least £500 raised which will allow us to buy approximately 10 brand new tablet devices that will be capable of allowing underprivileged children to attend virtual classes, reducing their potential exposure to COVID-19 and helping to control the spread of the virus. These devices will then be donated to The Great British Tech Appeal (hosted by Vodafone and Bernardo's - to ensure the devices get to children that need them, together with 6 months free unlimited data.

We will be streaming the gameplay via Facebook Live between 8pm GMT on Friday 29th January and 8pm GMT on Saturday 30th January.

Donate what you can, however we have added a couple of giving levels over on the right to allow you to get in on the action.

You can see how we are holding up over on facebook using the link below:

We have a separate fund over on Facebook (our total goal is £500)

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