Karching for a Cause social media campaign launches

It’s time for the volleyball community and people around the nation to start Karching for a good cause.

Karching for a Cause launched by Off the Block is a social media campaign encouraging individuals to help raise awareness about both breast cancer reasearch and the U.S. Women’s National Team’s gold medal finish at the FIVB World Championships.


To participate in this event, an individual should post a photo of him or her Karching to any social media platform such as Twitter, Instagram or Fracebook. In addition, the individual should then challenge three people to post a photo on social media of themselves Karching.

Karching is a move named in honor of U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Karch Kiraly’s celebration after the United States won the FIVB World Championships on Sunday. The U.S. victory against China in the championship match was the first gold-medal finish in the country’s history.

Individuals participating should use the hashtag #Karching when posting their photo on social media. To view how to properly do a Karching check out the breakdown at the end of this article, via Spike-Town.

A person challenged has 48 hours to post their own Karching photo on social media.

If someone fails to complete the challenge they must donate at least $1 to either the American Cancer Society, the Side-Out Foundation or another charity of their choice.

Karching for a Cause is an event started by Off the Block and is not in affiliation with any other group.