Grooby's FloridaTGirls.com to Fundraise for Hurricane Irma Relief

Grooby's FloridaTGirls.com to Fundraise for Hurricane Irma Relief
Alejandro Freixes

LOS ANGELES — Grooby has announced their charity appeal to raise money for Hurricane Irma relief efforts with the creation of their one-off site, FloridaTgirls.com.

According to a company rep, Grooby staff worked overtime to create the standalone site in record time as a means to raise money for hurricane relief for Florida and the surrounding areas.

“We weren't expecting to have to do another one of these so fast, but our staff has really gone above and beyond spending their own time over the weekend to get this appeal site up,” said Steven Grooby. “One of our photographers and our main video editor both live in Florida, and we've featured hundreds of models from the state over the year. Considering the scale of the issues and what has been going on in some of the islands, we're extending the campaign for hurricane relief for the whole region.”

FloridaTGirls.com features 50 scenes of Florida-based performers who appear across Grooby’s varied menu of sites. For a one-time fee, customers 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.

Grooby also recently created TGirlTexas.com to raise money for the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Texas. 100 percent of the income from that site will be donated directly to Global Giving as well, according to the company.

For more information, visit Grooby.com.

 

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