Callum & Cole Launch Fundraiser for Pineapple Support

Content creators Callum and Cole, twice-crowned XBIZ Europa award-winners for “Best Male Clip Artist,” have launched a fundraiser to benefit Pineapple Support that involves the duo climbing Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in Great Britain.

“The duo launched a Givelively fundraising page for those that wish to support their venture, setting an initial goal to raise $1,500 in donations,” noted a rep.

The real-life couple first began fundraising for Pineapple Support in 2019.

“We decided to take on the seven to nine-hour climb to raise money for a charity that’s close to both of our hearts,” Cole said.

“Mental health is really close to home for me; it’s something I’ve battled with most of my life,” noted Callum. “I’m in a good place now and have been for the last few years. Something I found that brings me peace is my love for the outdoors and this climb will be a challenge, but one I’m buzzing to achieve. I truly understand the important role Pineapple Support plays in our industry and would love to use this opportunity to support them in supporting others.”

The group, founded in 2018 by Leya Tanit, has so far connected over 2,000 adult performers and industry members to mental health services, including free and low-cost therapy, counseling and emotional support.

Pineapple Support is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization in the United States and a registered charity in the U.K. Click here for sponsorship details.

“I’m both touched and inspired by Callum and Cole’s generosity with this brave fundraiser,” Tanit said. “The challenge they’ve set themselves is also a wonderful example of how setting goals, helping others, exercising and enjoying time outdoors can have an incredibly powerful effect on mental health. The entire Pineapple team is behind you, Callum and Cole, and we thank you for undertaking this adventure to give back to your community.”

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Webcam Performers Callum and Cole Launch ‘Donate A Stream’ Campaign for Pineapple Support

Scottish webcam duo Callum and Cole have pledged to donate 100% of the tips received from their first charity stream on to Pineapple Support, the industry’s leading mental health non-profit. The two-hour charity stream will take place at 7.30pm GMT on Saturday November 16th.

“On Saturday the 16th of November, we are doing our first ever charity stream on Chaturbate and donating 100% of the tips received to Pineapple Support,” say Callum.

His partner, Cole hopes other cam performers see this campaign and help make it a trend. “We’re also calling for other models to do the same. Join us and donate a stream to Pineapple.”

Pineapple Support CEO Leya Tanit says that grassroots initiatives like Callum and Cole’s is crucial to the long-term success of Pineapple Support:

“While we’ve been really blessed to have support from major producers and platforms in this industry, projects like Callum and Cole’s are at the very heart of what we do — building support networks for performers, from people who understand what they’re going through. Campaigns like these not only help raise money, they destigmatize mental health, and raise awareness about our services. I’m in awe of Callum and Cole.”

Pineapple Support has worked steadily to expand its services for webcam performers everywhere. A recent partnership with The Webcam Lab has enabled the organization to provide free therapy to cam models across Colombia.

Pineapple Support was launched in 2018 by Tanit, in response to a string of losses in the adult industry from depression and other mental illness. The organisation, which is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit in the United State and a registered charity in the UK, has so far connected over four hundred adult performers to mental health services; including free and low-cost, therapy, counseling and emotional support.