As I am sure is the same for many of you, Tulsa has a special place in my heart. When I am not working on hansonstage, I volunteer my time with Random Tuesday Inc and their Fanthropy Running Clubs (Potterhead Running Club, Whovian Running Club, Chilton Running Club and Fandom Running Club). While their events are typically virtual races to help support other wonderful charities, they have decided that they are going to do an in person Tulsa Takeover at the Route 66 marathon. I am looking to support them virtually in this endeavor and help them raise some money so they can continue to do “so much good” and help so many others.
If you enjoy the site I bring you here and have some money to share – my initial goal is $75 with a stretch goal of $1000 to help support the Tulsa Takeover. Since RTI is a 501(c)3 non-profit, donations are tax deductible and you will receive an email for your tax records after donating. I don’t usually like to use my platform to do things like this, but I think we’d all like RTI to see how wonderful Tulsa is 🙂
What is Fanthropy™️?
Fanthropy is the intersect between fandom and philanthropy. When someone takes the level of interest and passion that they have for a fandom, and channels it towards making themselves and the world a better place, they are a fanthropist. Learn more about Fanthropy and the numerous programs that it applies to at fanthropy.org.
Who is Random Tuesday, Inc.?
Random Tuesday, Inc. (RTI) is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit. Since 2014, RTI has hosted fandom-themed virtual fitness events through the Fanthropy Running Clubs that have accumulated the participation of over 80,000 individuals from 67 countries, collectively logging nearly 22,000,000 miles for their personal health. This participation has allowed RTI to donate over $2,600,000 to charity partners as beneficiaries from these events.