Thousands of people upload videos advocating for specific charities, then the online community votes for the most worthy.
— Lee Ann Spillane (@spillarke) December 10, 2015
Last year, the fundraiser netted almost $1.3 million in donations in 48 hours.
John and his brother pop up occasionally with quips such as, “I’m concerned that the patriarchy might not even survive Project for Awesome. Just kidding! It’s deeply entrenched.”
I just donated to #p4a2015 and will be a proud owner of a (fake) potato signed by @hankgreen 😊😊😊— I’m so proud to be a part of such an awesome fandom. Here’s to decreasing worldsuck. #p4a A photo posted by Lauren Belk (@dear_lauren) on
The perk I am most excited for is probably FINALLY getting to do a DIRTY jokes video! https://t.co/NMnERdZrjO
— Hank Green (@hankgreen) December 9, 2015