Tue 17 Apr, 2012 11:33 am
Caine's Arcade is yet again another viral video on the internet.
How 'Caine's Arcade' raised $164,000 for a boy from East L.A.
SO? After seeing a video pleas such as Caine's Arcade or reading up on a Kickstarter project? Or even Kony 2012? Do you roll you eyes or just go "awwww, that's cute" and move onto the next viral video? Or do you pull out your wallet, whip out your credit card and donate? What are your criteria for making such donations? You have to have some kind of criteria or you'll likely go broke considering there's a viral plea for money created every day... virtually so it seems.
the Internet short about Caine Monroy, a 9-year-old who created a cardboard-box arcade in his father’s East Los Angeles auto-parts store – has gone beyond cute to cash: $164,000 and counting has been sent to the Caine’s Arcade Scholarship Fund at his website.