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Michael Forgey worked for Bungie as a producer until he passed away due to cancer. Bungie (and other studios) are auctioning off some signed, rare memorabilia on eBay to help support his family. So if you have some money, want some cool things, and want to give to a good cause, you can see what's up for grabs here.
Operation Supply Drop is a charity organization set up to provide recreational support to US and NATO troops around the world. The 2015 8-Bit Salute is looking to raise $5,000 from the Destiny community - and they're well on their way (almost $2,000 so far). Go watch them streaming Destiny for the next 24 hours or so - and help out with a great cause, if you can!
We know about this because LadyDesiree stopped by a couple of days ago, and posted a new arrangement she'd recorded - 'Cabal Stomp', on piano. This, like her other arrangements, rocks, and we're sorry it took so long to highlight it - and the event she created it for. Go watch, go listen!
Community member Tex is raising money for Extra Life as she streams gameplay including that of Destiny, Halo, and maybe more. She's even giving away an Elgato HD game recorder, and all you have to do is donate. Read here for the details, and go give some
Laird let us know that TahoeAnime is auctioning off a cosplay cloak he created with the resulting money to be donated to the Seattle Children's Hospital Extra Life campaign. Check out his website for some more details and photos. Auction ends tomorrow (Monday)!
Laird stopped by to let us know that he's put up a pair of autographed Destiny posters for auction on eBay and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the Child's Play charity. (Item #1, Item #2) The auctions end on Monday, but get your bid in now if you're interested - it's for a good cause! (Thanks for being awesome, Laird.)
As announced on last night's episode of dboTV, we're currently running a contest where you can win one of the prints from Bungie's "Ghosts in the Machine" concept art gallery by participating in the Destiny Community's Extra Life campaign. Only 20 copies of the Exo image above (by Jaime Jones) were sold, so this is a pretty awesome prize Beorn snagged for the DBO community! For all of the details on how to enter, check out this post /Sekhmet/ left on our forum. Good luck!
DeeJ put the spotlight on the Destiny Community's Extra Life campaign, taking a quick moment to ask Mark of Guardian Radio for the details. Check out the article at Bungie.net, but above all else make sure to stop by the Extra Life page to see how you can help raise money for a worthy cause!
Laird has posted his latest round of auction items benefiting the Child's Play charity, one item of which should interest Destiny fans. The print pictured above is one of the limited edition lithographs sold from the Bungie store; only 150 were made, but this one is unique in that it has been autographed by a ton of Bungie employees! Check out this eBay page for more details and a look at the rest of Laird's charity auctions - there are some really neat things up for grabs! (Thanks for the heads-up, Xenos.)
BaghdadBean, one of the lucky One of Seven winners that got to tour Bungie's studio a few months ago, made a Destiny-themed bag to take on her trip. She writes:
When I found out that I would be going to Bungie for the One of Seven studio tour, I took the Geomantic symbols from the Bungie Day news posts and the Project Tiger symbol, and started making a new fabric design. After a week of haggling with it, I printed out a run of fabric, and set to making this Bean-Bag. I took this with me to the studio, and got all of the other One of Seven, plus every Bungie employee who I could corner with a magic paint pen, to sign it.
This will be placed in the RTX 2013 Side Quest Child's Play Charity Auction, and it is my sincere hope that it will raise enough money to put a smile on some deserving kid's face.
A cool project with a very charitable outcome. Thanks for sharing, Bean!