Kidrobot auctioning off new Dunnys for relief efforts

Oct 31 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Funds from Dunny Apocalypse Series case auctions to go 100 percent to Red Cross for Hurricane Sandy relief

The damage from Hurricane Sandy is still being calculated on the East Coast of the United States, but fundraising efforts have already begun to help those affected by the powerful storm. As part of their efforts, Kidrobot is currently auctioning off 5 cases of the upcoming Dunny Apocalypse Series on eBay, with 100 percent of the funds going directly to the American Red Cross. While some might question the series' theme in use with disaster relief, giving all of the funds to charity for five full cases of these Dunnys (normally retailing around $150 each but likely to fetch much more) is great to see. 

Click here to bid on the cases, with auctions ending at 1 p.m. Eastern (10 a.m. Pacific, 5 p.m. GMT) on Saturday, Nov. 3. You can also donate directly to the American Red Cross at this link.

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