The 2014 Creations for Charity fundraiser is ending on November 30th, and now prices are at their absolute lowest. This is a great time to get a custom creation donated by Lego fans with all proceeds going to buying Lego sets for underprivileged children. Check out what’s for sale before it’s over.
There is also a 24-hour live stream taking place on 5pm EST on November 28th. It is open to the public and hosted by Beyond the Brick. For each man-hour spent on air by any participant, LEGO will donate a set to Creations for Charity. You can learn more and sign up to participate or pledge a donation on creationsforcharity.org.
The 6th annual Creations for Charity fundraiser is almost over, and your help is needed to purchase the creations that Lego fans from across the world have donated to sell and raise money for the kids. There are many great items still for sale as you can see below. Visit the store to see more.
As always, 100% of the net income will be spent on Lego that will be donated to underprivileged children in multiple parts of the world. Please support the builders who have donated creations to the cause.
The sixth annual Creations for Charity sale starts today! From now until the end of November, you can buy a custom creation to help raise money to buy Lego sets for underprivileged children. These creations are all built and donated by the fans, and there’s more to come throughout the sale. Anyone can donate a creation before November 15th by visiting creationsforcharity.org and submitting a donations form. Take a look at some of the creations for sale so far:
The 6th annual Creations for Charity fundraiser is now accepting donations of custom Lego creations to sell and raise money to buy Lego for underprivileged children. The store opens from October 15th to November 30th where you can buy one-of-a-kind Lego models made by builders from around the world. Check out the awesome creations sold last year and the over $20,000 worth of Lego sets that were donated.
Visit creationsforcharity.org to learn about the fundraiser and see how you can take part in the Lego community’s annual tradition of giving back.
The 5th annual Creations for Charity ended with over $20,000 worth of Lego sets donated to children in 6 cities across 3 countries. Check out creationsforcharity.org for more photos and to hear the rest of the story. Merry Christmas everyone!
The 2013 Creations for Charity fundraiser is ending in less than 24 hours, and your help is needed to buy a custom Lego model donated by the fans. All prices are discounted to their minimum, and if they’re still too high, then you can even make an offer. Over $7,000 have been raised so far to buy Lego for underprivileged children, let’s try to break $8,000 in the last day!
The 5th annual Creations for Charity fundraiser is ending soon. There’s only 9 days left to shop for a custom creation, each designed and made by a Lego fan who hopes you’ll purchase the creation to help raise money to buy Lego for underprivileged children. With the fundraiser ending soon, prices are at their lowest on most items.
Don’t forget that 100% of the net income will be spent on Lego that will be donated to kids in multiple parts of the world. In addition, Bricklink has offered to match 10% of the money raised. Take a look at the store and see what’s for sale!
As you’re doing your holiday shopping, please think about buying something from Creations for Charity to help the kids. There is only 1 week left in this year’s fundraiser and all the items from the store are reduced to minimum price. Over $6,000 have been raised so far. If for some reason you’ve been holding out on buying a creation, now’s the time to act!
There’s 3 weeks left of Creations for Charity, and there is an unprecedented number of custom Lego creations currently for sale thanks to the numerous donations that have been coming in from the fans. With $5,000 raised so far, there’s a good chance for achieving a new record this year. Take a look at Creations for Charity’s store (where you can commission a life-sized bust) or Indiegogo campaign.
Don’t forget there’s still time to donate a creation!
Creations for Charity has raised almost $4,000 so far and there’s still one month left in the fundraiser. Take a look at some of the latest creations added to the store, which are also bloggable in their own right.
Hans Dendauw‘s Jabberwocky from Alice in Wonderland strikes a fearsome pose, but deep inside it just wants a loving new home.
This stagecoach and chariot by our fellow blogger Matija are detailed and visually appealing for their small size. You can see them featured in these two little scenes.
Due to popular demand, Paul Janowski and Republic Customs has contributed another set of chrome Iron Man and Silver Surfer in addition to new Steel and Colossus minifigs.
Lastly, Sean and Steph Mayo once again astounds me with their creative parts use in another brilliant microscale scene.
If you don’t see what you’re looking for, head over to Creations for Charity’s campaign on Indiegogo to get a commissioned creation or pick up a limited edition gift. If you’re not familiar with Indiegogo, it’s a crowd funding platform similar to Kickstarter but encompasses charities. Your help is much needed and appreciated!