MLP Show Writers and Artists Team Up With Brony.com To Raise Funds For Charity
Brony.com has teamed up with The Brony Thank You Fund to raise money for kids via a special art project. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic and My Little Pony: Equestria Girls show storyboard artists, writers and directors will be designing one-of-a-kind My Little Pony figures. Among those taking part in the My Little Pony figure charity fundraiser are:
*Amy Keating Rogers (MLP: FIM Show Writer)
*Ed Valentine (MLP: FIM Show Writer)
*Sabrina Alberghetti (MLP: FIM / Equestria Girls Storyboard Artist)
*Sherann Johnson (MLP: FIM / Equestria Girls Storyboard Artist)
*’Big’ Jim Miller ( MLP: FIM / Equestria Girls Storyboard Supervisor / Director )
*Katie Cook ( MLP: FIM Comic Artist)
*Alice Vandy (United Kingdom My Little Pony Fashion Designer)
*Pixelkitties (Brony Thank You Fund chair)
Brony.com will be auctioning off the one-of-a-kind pieces of Pony art and all proceeds will go directly to The Brony Thank You Fund charity, whose aim is solely to help children in need across The United States. The Brony.com and Brony Thank You Fund “Design A Pony” charity fundraiser auction will begin sometime in mid July, so please check either Brony.com or The Brony Thank You Fund website for more details in coming days. The MLP show artists participating in the design auction will be contributing photos of their works in progress, so please check the Brony.com Facebook Page for updates as well.
Now available via BronyPower.com and through Brony.com, The Brony Power Tail Pin was designed to raise awareness, understanding and support against the bullying of Bronies. Designed by Brony.com, The Brony Power Tail is the first phase in an anti-bullying initiative designed to educate non Bronies about Brony culture and fandom.
In January of 2014, the attention of many was directed toward North Carolina, where an eleven-year-old named Michael Morones, who upon being bullying at school because of his admiration and love of the television show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic attempted to take his own life.
Just two months later, a nine-year-old student in North Carolina named Grayson Bruce was bullied by his classmates for wearing his My Little Pony backpack to school. To remedy the situation, Grayson’s school asked him not to wear his backpack to school any longer as a means of resolve.
By wearing the Brony Power Tail you’re showing your support of those that have been bullied in the past for their admiration of My Little Pony as well as raising awareness of the Brony culture. Bronies are loving and tolerant individuals who deserve the right not to be attacked, criticized or bullied for their love and admiration of a television series that teaches kindness and friendship.
With each Brony Power Tail Pin purchased, Brony.com will donate $1 dollar to The Brony Thank You Fund. Those purchasing The Brony Power Tail Pin can help The Brony Thank You Fund even further by taking a photo of themselves wearing the pin and sending it in to Brony.com via firstname.lastname@example.org
Instead of sending $1 dollar to The Brony Thank You Fund, why not have us send $ 2 dollars?
Brony.com will send an additional dollar to The Brony Thank You Fund, making a donation of not $1, but $2 dollars, to the Brony Thank You Fund charity if those that purchase the pin take a photo of themselves wearing it. Send us your photo and we’ll donate an extra dollar to the charity on your behalf. Won’t you help us raise awareness today?
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