Otaku Spirit is creating Anime Podcasting, Videos, and Community
16

patrons

$64
per month
When Chris and myself (Andrew) started OtakuSpirit.com back in January of 2014, we had no idea the site we created would expand as much as it has.  From humble beginnings to a site offering anime reviews, weekly podcasts, video figure unboxings, and so much more.  More importantly, the community with a focus on a friendly environment exploded before our eyes.  

The outpour of support from our listeners and community has been humbling and truly amazing.  A rapidly growing group of people that we truly call our friends.  We cannot begin to express our gratitude.

With all of that said, one may be asking why OtakuSpirit is on Patreon.  The simple answer is "growth."  Our community is growing, our listeners are growing, and more content is begging to be created.  However, content and expanding sometimes requires funding.  While we've struggled for many months against asking for financial support, we also see the benefit in getting new equipment and moving to new ventures like Video Podcasting.

However, we would like to make one thing very clear.  While we are opening up donations from our listeners, viewers, and community, we are keeping it to just that.  If people don't wish to donate, we aren't keeping content from them.  No paywalls, no subscription based access.  While we might reward shoutouts or guest appearances, nothing is kept from our current supporters.  Our community (which we stated are our friends) are not less important just because they don't pay.  

Lastly, I want to formally thank anyone who is considering donating.  For us to have people willing to support OtakuSpirit.com financially is truly a blessing.  Let it be known that every penny will go directly to improving the site and none of it will go to anything outside of it.  This is our promise and our goal.

Once again, from Chris and myself, thank you for all your support.
-Andrew, OtakuSpirit
Goals
$64 of $150 per month
Providing a stable and perfect quality to our listeners is always a priority for us and reaching this goal will be the best way to buy equipment to do so.  New microphones, new software, and more will be purchased upon reaching this goal.
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When Chris and myself (Andrew) started OtakuSpirit.com back in January of 2014, we had no idea the site we created would expand as much as it has.  From humble beginnings to a site offering anime reviews, weekly podcasts, video figure unboxings, and so much more.  More importantly, the community with a focus on a friendly environment exploded before our eyes.  

The outpour of support from our listeners and community has been humbling and truly amazing.  A rapidly growing group of people that we truly call our friends.  We cannot begin to express our gratitude.

With all of that said, one may be asking why OtakuSpirit is on Patreon.  The simple answer is "growth."  Our community is growing, our listeners are growing, and more content is begging to be created.  However, content and expanding sometimes requires funding.  While we've struggled for many months against asking for financial support, we also see the benefit in getting new equipment and moving to new ventures like Video Podcasting.

However, we would like to make one thing very clear.  While we are opening up donations from our listeners, viewers, and community, we are keeping it to just that.  If people don't wish to donate, we aren't keeping content from them.  No paywalls, no subscription based access.  While we might reward shoutouts or guest appearances, nothing is kept from our current supporters.  Our community (which we stated are our friends) are not less important just because they don't pay.  

Lastly, I want to formally thank anyone who is considering donating.  For us to have people willing to support OtakuSpirit.com financially is truly a blessing.  Let it be known that every penny will go directly to improving the site and none of it will go to anything outside of it.  This is our promise and our goal.

Once again, from Chris and myself, thank you for all your support.
-Andrew, OtakuSpirit

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