Our friends at SoundToys, makers of some cool plugins, have come up with a novel promotion called 'Give a Little, Get a Little' holiday campaign. The promo kicks off with Little MicroShift, you simply pay what you like for the plugin and 100% of what you give goes to charity, they explain on their website;
"This Holiday season, pay only what you wish for Soundtoys’ “Little” plug-ins and 100% of your purchase will be donated to help save lives. This special pricing will be offered for a different Little plug-in each week. To take advantage of this offer, simply enter the amount you wish to pay – you can choose to pay any amount or pay nothing at all.
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As part of our Give a Little, Get a Little holiday campaign, 100% of your purchase price will be donated to Migrant Offshore Aid Station(MOAS), a search and rescue charity that saves lives at sea in the world’s most dangerous border crossings. So far, they’ve rescued nearly 12,000 men, women and children fleeing violence and oppression. Our collective donation will go toward MOAS’ search and rescue operations.
Here’s some examples of how your gift will help:
- $22 provides one life jacket
- $55 supplies one emergency pack (life jacket, blanket, clothes, food, water)
- $165 sponsors one specialist crew member at sea for a day
- $550 feeds one full boat of beneficiaries a hot meal on a MOAS vessel
- $8,265 covers all expenses for a day at sea for one MOAS vessel
We chose MOAS because it’s a humble, yet ambitious organization that is focused, direct and doesn’t discriminate. We believe our donation will truly make an impact. Most importantly, we share MOAS’ core belief: No one deserves to die at sea.
We’ll feature a different “Little” plug-in each week, starting with Little MicroShift from December 10th – December 14th. Come back on the 15th to see which one is featured next and feel free share this opportunity with your friends!"
So head over to SoundToys grab a great plugin, give generously and change the lives of those who are facing some of the most challenging circumstances right now.