Be a part of internet history

Help us raise $20,000 for cancer research by buying an ad space in our video

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What's the big idea?

We're a bunch of web geeks who have teamed up in The Ride to Conquer Cancer, benefiting the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. It’s a cycling journey over two days throughout Victoria's countryside.

We're hoping to raise $20,000 for cancer research — $4,000 each. Rather than hold 1,184 sausage sizzles, we thought we'd try something different: we're making a whiteboard animation, and selling advertising space in the video before we film it. There are just 20 spots available.

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This style of whiteboard animation is really popular at the moment — we created one recently that racked up over 50,000 views on YouTube in just 4 days! So we’re expecting this video to get a ton of traffic and be shared like crazy. This is the first time anything like this has been done, so it really is an opportunity to be a part of Internet history!

For just $1,000, you could have your logo right there in the video — and you’ll be supporting a terrific cause at the same time! Your donation will go directly to the Ride To Conquer Cancer, which benefits the Peter Mac hospital — the only public hospital in Australia solely dedicated to cancer.

How does it work?

It's really easy to be a part of this never-been-done-before, history-making internet project. In just three simple steps (actually only two really) you can be a part of something really special and get great exposure for your business too!

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Sponsor us

Make a donation of $1,000 to any one of our team.

Go donate!

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Send us your logo

Email us the logo or image you'd like featured in our sketch video.

Send that logo!

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Stay in touch

Keep up with the team's ride preparation and fundraising efforts by subscribing to @CharityVideoAU on Twitter.

Who's donated so far?

You'll be in good company.
Here's the list of spots and the generous sponsors who have already joined us...

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Jean Hailes
Draculas
DB Panels
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Who's behind this?

Brought to you by the teams from Thirst Studios and UX Mastery.

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From left: Luke Chambers, Ben Tollady, Ben Rowe, Ediz Babacan and Matthew Magain.

You can read our with regular fundraising and training progress updates on the charity video blog.
Contact us about this project by sending us an email.