We have a very unique and special episode lined up this week.
Fasil, a futures trader from Hawaii, has not only managed to achieve trading success in such a short period of time (at great cost I might add), he’s decided to “pay it forward” by using his talents to help fellow Hawaiian’s who’ve had everything taken away during the Lahaina wildfires.
Fasil is offering up a prized piece of art he commissioned in a raffle based on your donations (see links below on where to donate).
I will be making a donation myself, but won’t be entering the competition even though I’d love to win the prize.
Every $20 you donate to a family in need will earn you 1 entry for a chance to win the artwork below:
Note, this donation bypasses the traditional means to get the money to the families as quickly as possible. Just so you know how it works, watch the video on this Hawaiian news channel.
The prize winner will be drawn at 9am Monday 25th September 2023, NZT.
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