Given how readily giving webcomics readers have proven to be already, I’d say we need plenty more strips just like this one. Daniel Lafrance has started a new webcomic with the specific purpose of raising money for the Starthrower Foundation, a charity geared towards providing the means for young Haitian adults to finish their educations and move out into the workforce and out of the poverty so many are stricken with.
The strip, titled Starthrower in Haiti,Â has already been praised by Brad Guigar, so you know that Daniel is doing at least something right in this endeavor, and a quick glance shows that the art and story are at least competent enough to warrant passing along some money to this great cause. Read a bit more about the comic straight from Daniel himself and make sure to give at least a little in this season of glad tidings:
Starthrower in Haiti, a Fundraising Webcomic
We are thrilled to announce the launch of a webcomic completely dedicated to raising funds to a charitable cause!
Starthrower in Haiti (www.starthrowerinhaiti.com ) introduces us to the work of the Starthrower Foundation, a Canadian-registered charity in Haiti.Â All funds raised by the webcomic go directly to sponsor young Haitian adults who wish to complete their education and/or apprenticeship enabling them to move into the workforce, and out of poverty.
Starthrower in Haiti is created by Daniel Lafrance (www.danlafrance.com ), a professional storyboard artist working in animation for over 24 years.
[…] Starthrower in Haiti is updated twice weekly.