Vote for Half Access | Project For Awesome 2018

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December, 2018
AUTHOR: Half Access Board of Directors Category: Half/Access Info

Hello! Half Access is participating in Project For Awesome 2018. Project For Awesome is a campaign by the Foundation to Decrease World Suck and is a time when online creators and their communities work together to spread awareness about their favorite charities and raise money for them. From Dec. 7 – Dec. 9 you can vote for Half Access to win part of the money raised. This would give us a huge boost moving forward in 2019 in terms of awareness and funding.

Check out our video submission below. Vote for Half Access and learn more at projectforawesome.com! As always you can donate directly to Half Access here. Let’s make live music accessible.

 

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