Apollo Reddit developer donating all proceeds from Saturday’s sales to SPCA animal shelter


Following up on a profitable donation campaign last year, the developer behind the extremely in style iOS Reddit app Apollo is once more giving 100% of proceeds from Saturday’s gross sales to the SPCA animal shelter. The marketing campaign comes throughout an vital busy season for shelters.

Final 12 months on July 20, Apollo for Reddit’s developer, Christian Selig, determined to donate the entire proceeds from the app’s gross sales to his native SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) shelter in Nova Scotia. The impromptu philanthropic campaign raised over $5,000, together with Apollo for Reddit proceeds and direct donations from Selig and others.

Selig is making the identical donation pledge this 12 months, with the entire proceeds from Saturday’s Apollo for Reddit gross sales going to the SPCA shelter.

As Selig defined final 12 months:

Our native animal shelter (SPCA, principally Canadian model of the American ASPCA) is knee-deep in kittens due to kitten season (principally cats breed quite a bit when it’s heat out) and it’s actually placing a pressure on their assets and so they’re actually low on meals.

They’re an superior group, nonprofit, no-kill group and the place I received my beautiful kitty from, so I wished to make a donation to them and I figured the superior Apple/Reddit group may assist out too, so I’m donating 100% of Apollo’s proceeds right this moment to the shelter.

Apollo for Reddit is a free app for iPhone and iPad and has in-app purchases to unlock all options. There are month-to-month and yearly subscription choices ranging from $0.99.

Whether or not you’re trying out Apollo for the primary time or have been a person for some time, Saturday, July 20 is the right time to seize the lifetime subscription for just $25 and be capable of help an important trigger on the identical time. Apollo for Reddit has a formidable common score of 4.8/5 stars with over 75,000 critiques.

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