Donate

Posted on: August 18, 2010
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Tim has always told us that we should ask for donations to help support this series but honestly we’ve been so busy just making sure the episodes get out on time every two weeks that it’s taken us this long (17 episodes) to finally get around to asking for your help to support this series. We do want to make one thing clear, we definitely don’t want people to donate money to support the series that might have otherwise been used for Tim’s quality of life care. Supporting Tim and Kaylan is the reason Andy and I are so passionate about doing this series. They need your help and we strongly encourage that you continue to support them especially now that Tim needs 24 hour care but if you find yourself with a little extra money and want to help support this series as well, we would be very grateful for your help.

No donation is too small or too big and all donations are appreciated.

To make a donation click on the button below:








Or you can mail a check to:
All Aces Media
606 Wicker St
Greensboro, NC 27403

What your donations will be used for:

We shoot this series in 1080 HD and that takes up a lot of storage space so buying hard drives is high on our list of things to do. We also travel a bunch to shoot the series. Usually it’s within North Carolina but we recently just filmed the Often Awesome benefit show in Mercersburg, PA. Obviously gas isn’t cheap and really we’d like to travel wherever there’s an Often Awesome event so covering some travel expenses would be great. We also have to borrow equipment to make these episodes happen so having some funds to pay for rentals or having a little money to purchase equipment in the future would be amazing.

As always, we appreciate your continued support of the series and are so thankful you are sharing the videos and helping us create awareness about this terrible disease.

Blake Faucette and Andy Coon

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