Over the past weekend, the 2018 edition of the Vinesauce Is HOPE charity stream took place on Twitch. The stream featured numerous personalities from the Vinesauce streaming team, as well as Vinesauce affiliates, playing games practically non-stop over the course of three days in an effort to raise money for the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF), a non-profit organization “dedicated to improving care, quality of life & survival rate of children with malignant diseases.” When all was said and done, the Vinesauce team took to Twitter to officially announced that they had raised over $121,000 in direct donations for the PCRF over the course of the three-day event. THANK YOU VINESAUCE! What an AMAZING #VinesauceIsHOPE charity weekend full of love, hope, and generosity! $121K+ in direct donations, and that doesn’t even include merchandise sales yet! This is all going to @PCRF_Kids! You are all making a HUGE difference! — #VinesauceIsHOPE ? (@Vinesauce) July 23, 2018 Shortly thereafter, the PCRF replied to the tweet, expressing their gratitude. Thank you to everyone who donated and supported! Thanks to you, we are able to give kids hope, fund the best research in the country and ensure kids fighting cancer have a chance at a long, healthy future. We are truly grateful! #PCRFKids #VinesauceIsHOPE https://t.co/DWSlVC4MuW — PCRF (@PCRF_Kids) July 23, 2018 However, that’s not the end of it. As was mentioned in the Vinesauce team’s original tweet, the $121,000 they have collected in direct donations doesn’t even include the sales of the Vinesauce Is HOPE merchandise that was sold (via Ownaj) to raise even more money for the PCRF. In fact, at the time of writing, these sales are still being counted up. As a point of reference, the 2017 charity stream just crossed $100,000 in direct donations, with the merchandise sales bringing the total up to over $137,000. In other words, it’s rather safe to say that this year’s Vinesauce Is HOPE charity stream has been a major success and that the PCRF will likely benefit greatly from it.