Grooby's TGirlTexas.com to Raise Money for Houston Hurricane Relief

Grooby's TGirlTexas.com to Raise Money for Houston Hurricane Relief
Alejandro Freixes

LOS ANGELES — Grooby has announced they are raising money for those affected by the hurricane in Texas with the creation of their one-off site, TGirlTexas.com.

Grooby staff volunteered their time and "worked around the clock" according to the studio, to create the standalone website, which features Grooby’s Texan models. Surfers can choose from a range of prices to donate and then receive access to all of the site’s content for a one-time payment.

“There are many, many Grooby Girls who come from Texas and the surrounding states and it's an area we've always worked in, with our first-ever shoots coming from Corpus Christi in 1996,” stated Steven Grooby. “Omar Wax works with many models there and we want to do something that can get some money back into those communities who are suffering through this disaster. We went through the models across our sites from the past year or so from Texas, pulled out some great sets of them and decided to create this site as a fundraiser.”

TGirlTexas.com features 50 scenes of Texan-based trans girls who appear across Grooby’s website offerings. For a one-time fee, consumers will receive unlimited access and downloads to the site, with the added bonus that 100 percent of what they pay will be donated to GlobalGiving’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.  

Grooby added, “100 percent of the income will go directly to the GlobalGiving. That means for every $15 purchase, $15 will be donated. We decided on the GlobalGiving as a charity that supports everyone, regardless of any labels. Many of our models may not be directly affected but their friends, families and neighbors may be and we want to reach the whole of society. We just hope that the little we raise can go some way to providing relief to those affected.”

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