Digital Time Capsule Company Skypod Expands Worldwide Campaign to Donate $3 Million in Skypod Credits to Frontline Workers and COVID-19 Patients
Skypod increases its donation of Skypod credits to $3 Million and launches Skypod Challenge to bring awareness to its worldwide campaign to support frontline workers, healthcare providers, and coronavirus patients.
LOS ANGELES, June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to the success of Skypod's time capsule donation it launched earlier this year and the ongoing nature of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Skypod has decided to increase its donation to $3 Million. In addition, Skypod has launched the Skypod Challenge to spread the word to frontline workers, healthcare providers, and coronavirus patients around the world.
To participate in the Skypod Challenge, Skypod asks the public to share on their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts a photo of someone they've lost and wish they could hear from again. Mention that Skypod is giving away $3 Million in Skypod credits to the first 30,000 first responders, healthcare workers, and coronavirus patients who sign up for a new account at www.Skypod.com/Together. Finally, add the hashtags #SkypodChallenge and #SkypodTogether, and nominate three other people to do the same.
Skypod's expanded donation will now help 30,000 people around the world preserve precious memories for years to come. Each eligible person to set up a new account at www.Skypod.com/Together will receive $100 in Skypod credits. No credit card is needed. No strings attached. This is absolutely free.
Because Skypods start at just $1.99, the credits allow users to create multiple digital time capsules for their loved ones and share precious messages and memories both during and after life. Skypod is available worldwide on any smartphone, tablet, or computer with an internet connection.
"With everything going on in the world, Skypod's leadership team wanted to help people around the world create digital time capsules full of family memories, words of wisdom, or simple expressions of love and hope," said Skypod founder and CEO, Richard Jardine.
Skypod digital time capsules are safe, secure, and encrypted and can be filled with personal messages, photos, videos, and other digital files. Users create digital time capsules and designate the recipients as well as when the capsule can be opened. Skypod's patent-pending technology then immediately notifies recipients that a time capsule has been created for them and when they may access it.