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    Ian and Paul vs Jared and Jensen… Who would you prefer on your chest?

    All Vampire Diaries fans would know that Ian Somerhalder has led numerous campaigns for the betterment of the world we live in.  Predominantly Animal Rights, his foundation has raised millions over the years and Ian is not new to harnessing Fandom Power. Paul Wesley, while supporting several charities and causes, is not quite as experienced at tapping into the fandom base. Don’t worry though, big brother Damian, aka, Ian, will show him the way. The Blood Brothers T-Shirt campaign is underway and hopes to raise as much as possible for Ian’s foundation and also for The Humane Society. It’s an absolute first for Ian and his on-screen brother Paul, to…

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    Katie Cassidy Has A Big Red Nose

    Katie Cassidy has joined the ranks of her fellow cast members, Stephen Amell and Paul Blackthorne and is raising money for a great cause, RED NOSE DAY, via a T-Shirt Campaign. Red Nose Day is a world-wide fundraising day that contributes to varies charities all over the world. In Australia it’s for SIDS (Sudden Infant Death syndrome) In the UK it goes to Comic Relief who distributes the money to help vulnerable people in the UK and Africa. In the US, all the money raised helps children and young people in three key ways. 1) Keeps them safe. 2) Educates them and 3) Keeps them healthy. Katie has put her…

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    Sinceriously Is Back One Last Time

    Stephen freely admits that this whole thing started when he accidentally fluffed the word seriously and it became a ‘thing’. He then went about trying to get his fluffed word, Sinceriously into the dictionary. The response was mind-blowing with MeMe’s and Art springing up all over the place. That’s when he decided to use the fandom power he’d experienced with his Fuck Cancer Campaign to both promote this new word and raise money for two worthwhile charities, Stand for the Silent and Paws and Stripe. This super successful campaign is back for the very last time. As you’ll see in the below video, if T-Shirts are not your thing, there…

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    Keep The Momentum Going For Poach Eggs Not Elephants

    Like others before him, Paul Blackthorne is finding ways to entice the fans. With only a little over three days to go, he’s revving up the Arrow Fandom by asking his fellow cast members to put the shirt on. Way to gain a fandom’s attention, Paul! Although, I kind of think Stephen Amell was rehearsing for the Incredible Hulk. Paul is also giving away a shirt, signed by all of the Arrow cast, so he’s pulling out all stops. To be in the running for that and to really help Air Shepherd, simply buy a T-Shirt.                      CHECK OUT ALL THE…

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    Poach Eggs, Not Elephants

    It’s finally here… Arrow’s Paul Blackthorne is a man after my own heart, with his love for Elephants. A while back he asked for suggestions regarding a T-Shirt campaign to raise money to help them. He has finally decided on the non-for-profit organization Air Shepherd. Poach eggs, not Elephants is a 14 day campaign to sell as many of these guys as possible. Go get yours HERE. The goal is 200 shirts, but they’ve already sold over 100, so I think it’s safe to say that it’s already a success, but if T-shirts are not your thing, then you can donate directly to Air Shepherd’s INDIEGOGO campaign. Check out what…

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    Bravo, Elton John

    Since becoming a father, Elton has not spent as much time in the limelight. We see the occasional pic of him with his sons and it’s clear he wants to take care of them and be a devoted dad. It might be easy to forget, however, that Elton has been ‘dad’ to so many and has fundamentally ‘taken care of’ thousands, through his and his fandom’s fund-raising efforts.  In fact, Elton has given of his time, his image and his money to 54 different charities over the years. He’s best know for his work with his AIDS Foundation, but there have been 53 others charities he’s helped. He started in…