Since the launch of CW’s “Arrow” in 2012, the show’s fan base, affectionately referred to as “Team Arrow,” has quickly become a large, impactful community. The inspiration behind the community and this event, is the show’s philanthropic star, Stephen Amell. Amell is also responsible for creating the now popular word “Sinceriously” to initiate any action while spreading as much good karma as possible. In an effort to continue the example set by Stephen, on May 25th, that is exactly what “Team Arrow: Hope & Heroes”, a charity viewing party, is set to do.
This campaign, featuring art designed by "Fan Art Friday" featured artist, The Key Thief, is to complement the Viewing Party and allow fans from all over the world to contribute and be a part of the fundraising efforts for The Hope and Heroes Children's Cancer Fund.
If you're interested in RSVPing for the party, visit our Event Facebook page. If you'd like to donate or purchase your ticket in advance, please visit HERE.
The Hope and Heroes Children’s Cancer Fund is a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization which funds the life-saving work on childhood cancer and blood disorders at Columbia University Medical Center – including cutting-edge research, support for families and care that always puts children first.
Founded in 1996, Hope & Heroes’ mission is to support and expand existing therapies. They support the development of new initiatives and enhance the research that is vital to continuing to fight against pediatric cancer. Almost half of their patients demonstrate financial need. Hope & Heroes ensures that every child they treat receives the highest caliber of care – regardless of the families’ ability to pay.
*This campaign is in no way associated with DC Entertainment, WB Television, or the stars of the television show.