The VENUS exhibitor CAM4 is campaigning for the fight against bushfires in Australia. The cam operator doubles the donations of other helpers up to an amount of 7500 dollars to help the Australian animal welfare organization Wires to save animals.
The fires in Australia have now cost 26 people their lives and devastated gigantic areas. Several hundred million animals have fallen victim to the flames and the emergency services are completely overwhelmed by the scale of the fires.
All over the world, people are now trying to help the Australian relief workers, at least financially. So too many companies and members of the adult industry. Kaylen Ward claims to have raised a lot of money for Australia’s relief workers with her nude photos in just a few days before Instagram deleted her account for censorship reasons. The porn star Riley Reid, the monetization site FanCentro and the sextoy manufacturer XGen Products have also started their own campaigns for Australia’s threatened wildlife.
The cam portal CAM4 also wants to help and promises to double every donation to the animal welfare organization Wires up to a total amount of 7500 dollars.
A spokesperson for CAM4 says about the fundraising campaign: »As everyone is well aware by now, Australia is dealing with devastating and heartbreaking bushfires — claiming a huge amount of animal lives, houses and nature. CAM4 supports the fight against these fires and we urge you to join us.«
To support the relief efforts, CAM4 has set up its own »Cam Profile« where you can donate tokens which, according to the company, will be paid out in full to Wires. Special fundraising activities are marked with CAM4 Koala and put one of the most endangered animals in the campaign’s focus.
CAM4 hopes that as many companies as possible will follow the cam operator’s example. CAM4 writes to the donors: »We thank you very much for your help! Our thoughts [and] prayers are with the people and wildlife of Australia.«
The CAM4 website can be found here. The specially created Australia profile can be accessed via this link. Further information can also be found on the online presence of the animal welfare organization Wires.