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So many people and celebs are accepting it, but what's the point? Youtube is flooded with that kind of video. What good does it do to accept the challenge if its main goal is precisely to make the person decline so that he will show his generosity by donating money to further the cause of the ALS research. Doesn't accepting it only make the person seem selfish and heartless as he would rather take an ice shower instead of giving away money for a noble cause?
The ALS ice bucket challenge is simply raising awareness for charitys, it is like a fund raiser, It is dangerous and you don't HAVE to do it, you can just donate, that's the whole reason behind it. They are giving the money to whichever charity they want, the bucket challenge is just a little fun thing. Someone started it and it went viral, celebs starting doing it, then everyone... It spread like wildfire. At least ultimately it raises money for charity and i think it's a decent fund raising project.
Celebrities are doing it because the video goes viral, especially if it's funny. I think Benedict Cumberbatch's is over 4 million views. The challenge has raised more than 94 million dollars. The rule is, accept the challenge and get soaked, and donate $10.00, washington don't get soaked and donate $100
That's how it started, but quickly it mutated into doing something stupid for charity *while donating as well*. It spreads the message better than a dull video of someone saying "I gave the nice people at the ALS Association some money and I refuse to wash my head" - who'd watch that? It follows a long tradition of doing silly things for charity. Look at Comic Relief, for example.
I have a feeling many people probably still donate too, even if they do the challenge. Especially celebrities. The point is to raise awareness.... and it is kind of silly but I don't understand the people who see highly offended by it. Some awareness is better than nothing. Let people have their fun.
It's highlighting a charity. No one's asking you to do it or watch other people do it. If you want to donate quietly without fuss, that's up to you. If you want to ignore the cause, that's up to you.
It's good as long as the weather is extremely hot.