Bunkazilla UK is launching our first charity live stream event this Christmas with Andrew “The Raggedyman” Watton-Davies putting himself through the torture of watching up to 5 Uwe Boll films in one day to raise money to Crisis UK.
It’s now been two weeks since the announcement of this fundraising film endurance extravagance, and we thought you would like to know how things are going with it.
Firstly, as of the 13th of December, we have had an incredibly generous £275 donated to Crisis UK!! What does that mean? Well, for the Uwe Boll Ball that means we are over a quarter of the way to our target of £1000, and that there is no way for The Raggedyman to back out of watching House Of The Dead and Alone In The Dark on Twitch on December the 27th for your viewing pleasure.
But, on a far more important measure, that means that NINE homeless people can now have a Crisis Christmas, giving them access to:
- Somewhere safe to stay
- Companionship and support from volunteer befrienders
- Essential food and festive treats
- Phone and online support
- Christmas activity packs of arts and crafts, games and quizzes
- Health and wellbeing programmes
- Year-round support with training and education
- Advice on housing, employment and benefits
“But how can I help spread the word of this amazing charity event?” We hope we hear you cry. Simple – share this fantastic video everywhere you can think of
Along with this link – http://bunkazilla.co.uk/uwe-boll-ball
Oh, and follow the link and donate some cash if you can.
See you on the 27th!
The main live stream event takes place on Sunday 27th December 2020 from 12:00pm over on our Twitch channel at twitch.tv/bunkazillauk. You’ll be able to watch the live reactions of Andrew and the team as they “enjoy” Uwe Boll’s masterpieces during the day. Please note, the Raggedyman will be live the whole time the ball lasts and only be allowed to leave for short loo breaks. As long as the money is rolling in then he will start a new movie every two hours, so to fill the gaps it’s likely that the co-hosts will swap donations in return for him doing silly things on camera for your amusement.
Please note: The stream itself won’t feature any footage of the films but you can join the fun as well with your own copy of the films being watched and hitting play when instructed to by our hosts. If you miss the start, we’ll also have a runtime counter going so you can catch up.
About the charity
Crisis UK is the national charity for homeless people and they are committed to ending homelessness.
Every day we see the devastating impact homelessness has on people’s lives. Every year Crisis works side by side with thousands of homeless people, to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. Through their pioneering research into the causes and consequences of homelessness and the solutions to it, they know what it will take to end it.
Together with others who share the charity’s resolve, Crisis brings their knowledge, experience and determination to campaign for the changes that will solve the homelessness crisis once and for all.
We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it.
To visit Crisis UK’s website, click their logo below.
Donate to The Uwe Boll Ball
You don’t have to wait until the live stream event itself to donate money to the cause. You can help shape The Raggedyman’s Uwe Boll destiny today! We are accepting donations now and you can contribute by clicking here or the donate button below. We’ll also be running the campaign throughout December so you can donate during any of our live streams to help towards our overall goal of £1,000. For an added bonus, if you donate at least £10, we’ll read out your message of support (or mockery of Raggedyman) during the main event itself in between films; just make sure you leave a message with your donation!