One player made a post on Dadstiny, a Facebook community for fathers who play Destiny, which sparked an outpouring of love. \nMy oldest passed away on May 2, 2020, from an aggressive pediatric cancer called Ewings Sarcoma, along with my family and I, the man wrote. Since September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and gold is the color associated with it, I originally started requesting that those of you who would do so go gold for the month before I lost Hannah. \n \nNo financial advantages here, only a supportive act requested by one dad to others," the original message concluded. So, once more, I'm pleading with you—my fellow parents and Guardians—to join me in going gold in September. A tower made of gold with warlocks, hunters, and titans would be impressive. \n \nSince then, the message has gone viral on Twitter and Reddit, garnering the backing of several gamers who have turned their guardians gold. \nThe original message was published by streamer Anne Munition, who later added, "This kind of popped off, and I just wanted to express that I'm incredibly amazed and heartened by the Destiny community." Your kindness is incredible. I appreciate you giving me access to every picture of your golden guardian. \n \nAs part of the neighborhood celebration, there isn't a formal fundraising campaign. Simply put, the parent requested the help of Destiny 2 players. \n \nAlthough there may not be an official organization supporting Childhood Cancer Awareness, many deserving groups share the same values as the campaign. The Children's Cancer Research Fund, the Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, and St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital are just a few organizations that accept donations. Alternatively, players can spread the word through September by wearing gold in Destiny 2. \n \nEven though Bungie hasn't made any official comments regarding the work of the Destiny 2 community, there has been a call for the company to create a more significant effort.