A 30 hour day? Isn’t 24 hours enough? Not when you’re out to raise a bunch of money. A couple Portlanders with big ideas (Rick Turoczy and Cami Kaos) are plotting a first-of-its-kind event to be held on December 18th and 19th: a webcast telethon to benefit several worthy charities.
Rick and Cami will be livestreaming for 30 hours. I’ve committed to provide photography services as well as some other support (I figure they’re going to need a case of energy drinks in the middle of the night, right?).
The 30 Hour Day is starting to gather some big attention… it was featured on the Huffington Post and I’ve heard rumors of other big names joining in with support.
Head over to the 30 Hour Day website to learn more… I look forward to capturing what is shaping up to be a significant first in the evolution of fund raising.
Pictured: Producer Mike, Rick, and Cami at the Open Source Bridge conference earlier this year.