Based in Australia Youtube phenom Wendy Ayche – which has accumulated around 14 million collective subscribers and over 1.5 billion lifetime views on the strength of its do-it-yourself videos and wildly exploitable life – is taking advantage of its massive charity platform.
Today, Ayche – which is known to fans as Wengie – is making the deal with Yoobi, a brand of school supplies that donates supplies to US schools in need at every sale. Tomorrow morning, Ayche will appear at McKinley Elementary School in Compton, California, where she will help donate more than 460 elementary school students with free Yoobi supplies. The managers of Ayche and Yoobi will also host a dance party, unveil a new playground mural and assign a student to have a positive impact on the community.
Ayche will be joined by other lifestyle creators Cassie Diamond is Alexa Mae during the event – in an effort to educate their respective followers about the needs currently faced by countless schools across the country. They will also be present: co-founder of Yoobi Ido Leffler and chief executive Justin Wolff, songwriter Skylar Stecker, America has talents star Brynn Rumfalloand DJ Kevin Writer.
In addition to his charity work, Ayche – with whom he was signed UTA – it was touched last September to give voice to one of the characters of a Super Chicche restarting his launch in his native Australia. He has also encouraged music in recent months with the launch of a dedicated channel and several singles, including "cake" is "Already seen".