Jellybean Green and over 15 other ASMR artists have organized a special fundraiser to assist children whom are not fortunate enough to be a part of a loving and caring family.
Their fundraiser will support Pajama Program, an organization which has spent the past 15 years providing new pajamas and books to children in homeless shelters, group homes, and foster care throughout the U.S.
According to http://www.pajamaprogram.org,
“Many of [these children] have been abandoned, abused or neglected. Most of these children have never enjoyed the simple comfort of having a parent tuck them in at bedtime…These two simple gifts of pajamas and books let the children know that someone cares—sometimes these are the only new things they have ever received.”
ASMR artists and videos are well known for providing comfort and assistance to adults. And now ASMR artists and videos will extend their reach through the Pajama Program to help provide comfort and assistance to children.
To support this fundraiser click the fundraiser website link at the bottom of this article. At the fundraiser site you will be allowed to donate any amount you wish – all donations will go directly to Pajama Project.
As a thank you for your donation you will receive an automated email which contains a link to a private YouTube playlist of exclusive, ad-free ASMR videos by several ASMR artists including:
• ARDRA -asmr-
• Jellybean Green ASMR
• Love Today ASMR
• Luminin – ASMR Let’s Plays
• Melanie Raye
• Rhosgobel Rabbit ASMR
• Somni Cabal
• Springbok ASMR
• WhispersRed ASMR
Additional artists are welcome to contact Jellybean Green if they also wish to contribute a video, so the list above may grow even further. She can be contacted via email@example.com.
Click HERE to visit the fundraiser site.
Click HERE to learn more about Pajama Program.
Click HERE to learn more about Jellybean Green.
Click HERE to read my interview with Jellybean Green.
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