The LuckyCrush chat site has just launched its online fundraiser, and it’s already raised over $2.3 million in donations from the people who use the site to win prizes for chatting with friends and strangers from around the world. The fundraiser will continue until the end of October, but this is a great opportunity to show support for our planet’s wildlife. We all have a stake in making sure that animals are protected so they can thrive on Earth.
“We’re thrilled that so many of our users donated to help save the elephants,” said founder of LuckyCrush. “It’s really exciting to see how much money we’ve raised.”
LuckyCrush is an online live chat platform where users chat with random strangers and can meet singles from across the country. The chat site was founded when the founder noticed that some of his friends were using Tinder to find dates or hookups instead of meeting people through traditional means like bars or parties. He set out to create a space for socializing that would eliminate the stress associated with dating apps by creating a safe environment where people could chat with each other without worrying about their safety.
LuckyCrush has since expanded into a full-fledged social media app that allows users to connect with people from all over the world and share photos and videos. The company now has over 2.5 million registered users, and the company says it has millions more who have used the service but aren’t registered.
LuckyCrush is one of many websites that have started online fundraisers to help protect endangered animals. In recent years, many websites have started running fundraisers to help protect endangered animals. Some of these sites include World Animal Protection, Save Our Species Foundation, and Elephant Family.
The LuckyCrush site is one of many sites that use online fundraisers as a way to help raise money for various causes. These sites are often created to raise money for local charities, but they also work with international groups to try to help protect endangered species. All of these efforts are important, because if we don’t do something soon, there may be no more elephants left in Africa.
If you’re interested in learning more about the animals that are at risk, read more on the Ulster Wildlife Trust website to learn what you can do to help. You might even want to consider donating to these organizations directly. It’ll make a difference to know your money is going toward helping endangered species.