Remember that time last summer we all posted videos on Facebook of us pouring buckets of ice water on our heads? It was all in the name of raising money for ALS. One year later, where did all of the money they raised go?
Matt Damon used one awareness campaign to bring awareness to another. The actor, who's an advocate for the availability of clean drinking water throughout the world used toilet water for his #IceBucketChallenge. EWWW!
We all know about the #ALSIceBucketChallenge, but actor and comedian David Spade has participated in this fight for ALS, in a whole different way! I know what you're thinking, and YES he did make a donation. A very generous donation! Check out this viral campaign like you've never seen it before!
He's a man of his word. Tad and I challenged James Wesley to the #IceBucketChallenge. Monday he accepted the challenge but needed ice. Looks like someone helped him out. I hope he still calls us friends after this.
A funny thing happened at my usual Monday Night Golf League. It seems certain members of the club had been challenged to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Who in the world would have thrown down the gauntlet to these fine upstanding people? Click to watch their epic dousing from a fully loaded bucket of water and ice.
When Tad and I accepted Andy Cash's #IceBucketChallenge, we challenged James Wesley. He's accepted but he's got a problem. He doesn't have any ice. Will someone please get this man some ice. Lots and lots of ice!
Love him or hate him, Charlie Sheen has the best #IceBucketChallenge yet. Instead of dumping a bucket of ice water over his head, Sheen dumps money. Lots and lots of money. $10,000 to be exact, that he plans to donate to ALS because 'lets face it. Ice is going to melt, but this money is actually going to help people.'
The Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS Awareness has now gone completely viral and almost anyone with a Facebook account has already accepted the challenge. Even better than all the people posting their awesome videos, millions of dollars have been raised for this great cause. One of the biggest questions is where and how did this whole campaign begin?
Andy Cash challenged Tad and I to take part in the #IceBucketChallenge to benefit ALS. Before accepting, we called out others to take the challenge, including James Wesley and Trailer Choir's Big Vinny. Vinny you better challenge Dolvett Quince. I want to see him wet!