Reminder: Donate to win loot in our annual Charity Drive raffle [Updated]

Some of the prizes available for this year's Ars Technica Charity Drive competition.
Enlarge / Some of the prizes available for this year’s Ars Technica Charity Drive competition.

Kyle Orland

If you’ve been too busy playing the best games of 2021 to enter this year’s Ars Technica Charity Drive competition, don’t worry. You still have time to donate to a good cause for a chance to win your share of over $ 1,600 in giveaways (no purchase necessary to win).

So far, during the holiday season, nearly 300 readers have contributed nearly $ 30,000 to the Electronic Frontier Foundation Where Child’s play as part of the charitable campaign (EFF now tops donation totals of around $ 4,500). That’s a far cry from last year’s record of over $ 58,000, but there’s still plenty of time before the charity campaign ends on Friday, January 7.

This does not mean, however, that you should postpone your donation. Do yourself and the charities involved a favor and give now while you think about it.

See below for instructions on how to enter, and check out the Charity Drive launch post for a full list of available prizes.

How it works

Donating is easy. Simply make it child’s play using PayPal or donate to EFF using PayPal, credit card or bitcoin. You can also directly support Child’s Play by choosing an item from a specific hospital’s Amazon Wish List at his donation page. Give as much or as little as you feel comfortable with – every action counts.

Once done, it’s time to register your entry into our raffle. Simply take a digital copy of your receipt (a forwarded email, a screenshot, or just copy and paste text) and send it to [email protected] with your name, mailing address, phone number from day and email address by 11:59 PM EST on Friday, January 7, 2022. (One entry per person, and each person can only win one prize. US residents only. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. See official rules for more information. information, including how to participate without making a donation. Ars Technica privacy policy.)

We will then contact the winners and have them choose their prize before January 31 (the choice is made in the order of the winners’ draw). Good luck!

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