First up, due to multiple requests to offer donations, I have now put up a donation button in the first sticky post.
By request, a replica of the now defunct Innovate Logistics Volvo.
So with Children in Need coming up in a couple of weeks time I thought it would be nice to offer a CIN skin for people wishing to donate to the charity.
The [name] will of course be changed to your name/nickname.
The trailer is a stand alone trailer and does not replace any company.
It will pull the following cargo: Clothes, Fizzy Drinks, Electronics, Packaged Foods, Medicine and Toys.
It will deliver to/from the following companies: Eurogoodies, Kaarfor (in only), Posped, Sellplan (in only), Stokes, Tradeaux, Trameri, and Transinet.
Please note: The mod is compatible with game version 1.4.1 and above, it will not work on any older version.
How long will this be open & what happens to the money: This year the Children in Need BBC TV event will take place on Friday 15th November. On the morning of Saturday 16th, I will be removing the donation instructions and sending any/all donations to the official Paypal of Children in Need.
When will you receive the trailer: I will endeavour to complete and email your trailer within an hour of receiving payment, assuming you send payment between 10am-10pm GMT.
Will you make charity skins in the future: That really depends on how well this works. The more interest there is, the more likely I will do it in future for other charities.
How it works:
For any donation of 50p or over you will receive this Children in Need stand alone trailer with your name/nickname on it. Follow the instructions below if you would like to make a donation.
Donation period has ended.
IMPORTANT: Make sure you fill in the email form and include the following: The name you wish to appear on the trailer & the email address where you want the trailer to be sent.
If you are unfamiliar with Children in Need you can find more about it on the BBC wesite here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey
If you would like to donate but have no interest in the trailer; please donate directly to Children in Need via the BBC website.