OTHER CHARITY STUFF
I do a lot of work for charity but I don't like to talk about it. So I will just write about it instead.
I have had a good year, all things considered, as I've managed to keep working and have so far been well.
I hope that everyone who has done OK this year will think about giving stuff back to help others. Especially if Covid has actually led to you earning more rather than less. I am looking at you all the mates of the Tory party.
I am going to spend a good chunk of the rest of the year doing this.
We've raised a good amount of money for comedy clubs thanks to the snooker kickstarter. £3000 had already been sent to the Frog and Bucket in Manchester and we're giving £3000 to the Bill Murray too. And there should be at least two more donations of that size to come.
I am growing a moustache in November as part of Movember. It's a fun initiative to raise money and awareness for male causes (like people claim doesn't happen on International Women's Day). It gets lots of publicity and lasts a month rather than a day, but that won't stop certain men arguing that society is sexist against them and International Women's Day is bad. Please sponsor my moustache growing here
I will also be donating all the money we make from Twitch in November to the cause. If you are with Amazon Prime you can give us £3.50 for nothing by linking your Prime and Gaming accounts and then subbing. This video explains how
Let's take some of Ian Amazon's Covid profits and give them to a good cause.
You get loads of cool benefits and extra videos (including the extra 30 minutes from RHLSTP 300).
I am doing a few gigs in November
I'm on the Guilty Feminist Podcast on 5th November https://guiltyfeminist.com/live-shows/
I am doing the Chortle book festival on 19th November at the British Library
and I am doing that Ally Pally gig on 12th.
I will be donating all my fees from these gigs to Scope and Refuge.
I will be ebaying more stuff for charity throughout November too. Keep an eye on Herring 1967 on ebay.
I will also donate all the money I receive from people signing up to Bulb in November to charity (it usually goes into making more podcasts). See below.
I am not saying I am the new Marcus Rashford, that is for others to say.