, WinTogether and Fintech.TV announce the launch of a charity competition

New Delhi [India]June 17 (ANI/Mediawire): WinTogether, a charity lottery platform powered by, recently announced the launch of its philanthropic campaign, the Clean Oceans Campaign, aimed at ridding the oceans of ghost nets and toxic plastics .

The WinTogether campaign will benefit the work of the Ocean Voyages Institute (“OVI”), currently the world’s leading organization in eliminating mid-ocean plastics. Supported by donations made through the WinTogether campaign, OVI intends to lead one of the largest ocean plastics cleanup efforts of its kind in history.

WinTogether seeks to support organizations that have a positive impact on the world, including the Dollar Donation Club, the grassroots movement and catalyst for the Clean Oceans campaign. WinTogether hopes to remove over 1 million pounds of ocean plastics, a world record, from the famous Great Pacific Garbage Patch through their partnership with OVI.

The WinTogether Charity Contest will offer weekly prizes to participants, including a $50,000 cash prize to the grand prize winner, sponsored by The campaign will begin on Monday, June 14 and end on August 31, 2021. Promotions for the campaign will be conducted by WinTogether’s affiliate media.

“We couldn’t be happier to announce the launch of the Clean Oceans campaign following World Oceans Day,” said Tony DiMatteo, CEO and Co-Founder of WinTogether and “We believe keeping our oceans clean is of paramount importance, and we have found the best partner for the cause in Ocean Voyages Institute. Thanks to FINTECH.TV for allowing me to make this announcement during our NYSE interview.

“It is a true honor for all of us at FINTECH.TV to be collaborating with WinTogether and and all of the amazing partners in the Clean Oceans campaign. The goal is not only to raise awareness around the crisis facing our oceans, but also to amplify the innovative and powerful solutions that WinTogether is pioneering to help solve The impact of combining thought leadership, digital transformation and crowd intelligence into global action to regenerating our planet is the hallmark of WinTogether,” said Vince Molinari, Founder and CEO of Fintech.TV.

Tony DiMatteo also announced what is expected to be a record cleanup this summer of mid-ocean plastics with the help of 5th Element, which has been described by Forbes as “an outstanding global braintrust network”, with the ability to create an omniwin unprecedented. partnerships that grow your business, attract top talent and create a positive impact on society and the environment

Mary Crowley, Founder and Executive Director of the Ocean Voyages Institute, stressed the importance of having everyone on deck to support OVI’s efforts. “We are grateful to have the support of WinTogether and like-minded individuals and organizations around the world who support the urgent needs of ocean cleanup and conservation.”

“The widespread interest in this important issue, sparked in part by the release of The Beauty by and the acclaimed release of Seaspiracy by Netflix, makes this the right campaign at the right time,” added Bart Myers, CEO of the partner. of the campaign. “We are delighted to mobilize our tens of millions of followers to take part in this grassroots campaign.”

The announcement follows World Oceans Day, a day and cause for collaborative ocean conservation across the planet. Its global network of youth and organizational leaders work in more than 140 countries to protect and restore the ocean and provide free, exploitable resources.

The Clean Oceans campaign follows the success of WinTogether’s first charity contest in support of the Arbor Day Foundation. WinTogether’s “Time for Trees” campaign has reached millions and funded the planting of tens of thousands of trees while awarding a Tesla Cybertruck to a campaign donor as the Grand Prize.

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