Abigail P. gathered 97 pairs of footwear and will donate them all to Salvation Army.
On September 6, 2010, 585 fans at an an Anaheim Angels game made a charitable donation via text message, instantly raising $2925 for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. Each text message made a $5 donation to the charity.
The record was set at Angel Stadium of Anaheim thanks to a
sponsorship from Power Balance. Angels pitcher Scott Kazmir announced the feat in the middle of the game. RecordSetter co-founder Corey Henderson was present to oversee the feat.
See the full text donation report here.
Shannon E. donated five purses to a Salvation Army thrift store.
Angel B. donated 52 pairs of socks to the PADS Homeless Shelter. She listened to Phish songs for the duration of the attempt.
At a Kiva event celebrating International Women’s Day, 54 people
lined up and set a new world record for the Longest Charity Waterfall.
Record participants included Kiva CEO Matt Flannery, president Premal
Shah and Director of Development Bennett Grassano, who conceived the
Attendees lined up and donated at least $1 to a pile of money that was
passed along the line in a waterfall manner, raising $175 in less than a
minute. The money was instantly processed as a Kiva microfinancing loan.
Darryl Learie received an anonymous $35 donation to his non-commercial
Denise S. from 101.5 FM The Hawk led 413 people in holding a food bank donation at once. They set the record during a Granville Green concert.
A total of 248 canned foods were donated by student and staff of Spencer House at Alcester Grammar School in Warwickshire, England. They set the record to help the Coventry Central Food Bank.
At a 100 Beds for Haiti event in New York City, $401.72 was raised
through donations made viaSquare. Credit card donations were
collected on iPhones during the party, with all proceeds going to
help bring hospital beds to Haiti.
Radio Shack donated 100 video cameras to the Livestrong Young Adult
Alliance to raise awareness for young adult cancer.
Jerry Paffendorf posted a fundraising goal of one cent for Round 6
of his LOVELAND project on Kickstarter.com. The project
ultimately received $100 in backing, making it 10,000% funded.
Greg Pettit put on 223 articles of clothing at once, drove them to a
Salvation Army clothing bank in his Ford Fusion, removed them
one by one and donated them to the bank.
Petit set the record as part of Fusion 41, a URDB World Record
Challenge created by the Ford Motor Company.
By clicking "create account", you agree that you've read and understand the